View faraway objects clearly, day or night, with the ATN Digital Night Vision Monocular, which features high-quality optics for maximum light transmission and an infrared illuminator that allows vision in total darkness. The monocular's ergonomically designed body fits in the palm of your hand, while a video-out port allows viewing on a TV or monitor. Diopter adjustment for clarity. Adjustable gain/brightness. Includes a lithium battery for extended use.
Features and Benefits
High-quality optics for maximum light transmission
Infrared illuminator allows vision in total darkness
Full-color display with Ultra Bright technology for use day or night
Ergonomically designed body fits in the palm of your hand
Diopter adjustment for clarity
Adjustable gain/brightness control
Video-out port for viewing on a TV or monitor
Includes 1 CR123A lithium battery for extended use
Fog and water-resistant
Objective lens diameter: 24 mm (DGMNNVM2C); 42 mm (DGMNNVM4C)
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Manufacturer warranty - general:
2 years limited
Number of Batteries:
Field of view @ 1,000 yards (ft.):
795 (DGMNNVM2C); 640 (DGMNNVM4C)
Rated 2 out of
No depth, very grainy imageI have used a lot of night vision sets and these are garbage. the image is unclear and the output lens is stupid small. its like squinting in a dark room while shinning a flashlight at your face.