Uncommon Carry Night-Vision Monocular Camera

Uncommon Carry Night-Vision Monocular Camera

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Product Description
Great for wildlife and nighttime photography, this monocular is three handy tools—a camera, camcorder, and infrared telescope—rolled into one. It’s equipped with a 5MP CMOS sensor that’s capable of capturing video in 640 by 480p Read More

High-Resolution Night Vision

Great for wildlife and nighttime photography, this monocular is three handy tools—a camera, camcorder, and infrared telescope—rolled into one. It’s equipped with a 5MP CMOS sensor that’s capable of capturing video in 640 by 480p. A built-in IR illuminator provides an effective night vision range over 50 feet. There’s a microSD card slot on the side, so you can save your photos and videos, as well as a USB port that lets you transfer files directly to your computer. It also comes with an IP54 water-resistance rating to stand up to inclement weather.

Uncommon Carry Night-Vision Monocular Camera

Specs

  • Uncommon Carry
  • Sensor: CMOS
  • Megapixels: 5MP
  • Video resolution: 640 x 480
  • Image resolution: 2560 x 1920
  • Observing distance, low light: 6.5 ft–∞) (2 m–∞
  • Observing distance, full darkness: 0–65.6 ft (0–20 m)
  • IR illuminator
  • NIght vision
  • MicroSD card slot
  • Memory size supported: 8GB
  • Inputs: USB
  • Weather resistant rating: IP54

Included

  • Carrying case
  • Instruction manual
  • Cleaning cloth
  • AV video cable
  • USB cable
  • External power cable
  • External power adapter

Shipping

Domestic orders will be shipped by the vendor.

Estimated ship date is May 21, 2019 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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