The Dipol DN34 front attachment is attached to the telescope from the lens side. It allows you to change the daylight telescope to a night vision telescope that can also be used in total darkness. New design (2012).
• assembly integrated into the body
• the possibility of mounting the cap on optics with the outer lens diameter up to 62 mm (reduction rings included)
• light and short body
• protection against spot light
• protection against a high level of brightness
• automatic brightness adjustment
The DN34 installation on the viewfinder is easy and fast. The noctovisor has 1x magnification, so it does not change the optical parameters of the telescope - the telescope determines at what magnification we look through the overlay + telescope set. It is also worth noting that, unlike eyepiece caps, DN34 does not distort the cross and does not change the position of the eyepiece (there is no need to move the telescope).
• Dipol DN34 frontal overlay
• reduction set for the lens
• carrying case
• instructions in Polish + warranty card
| • Generation: || 2+ |
| • IR illuminator: || none - in laser option, 100 mW |
| • Zoom: || 1x (without magnification, does not change telescope parameters) |
| • Resolution: || 55-60 lines / mm |
| • Detection range: || 700 m (human detection at the moon quarter) |
| • Focus range (Diopter): || +/- 4 |
| • Focus range: || from 0.25 m to infinity |
| • Working temperature range: || from -30 to + 50 ° C |
| • Water resistance class: || IPX5 |
| • Maximum telescope diameter: || 58 mm |
| • Diameter of the body: || 75 mm |
| • Working time without changing the power source: || up to 50 hours (without IR, 20 ° C) |
| • Length with adapter: || 220 mm |
| • Weight: || 700 g |
12 months for the transducer, 24 months for other elements
>> FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS <<
(note: this is the version WITHOUT the L-2 laser)
Question : What is the difference between the 1 and 2 generation night vision devices? I want to buy a night vision device, but I would like to learn more about night vision technology.
Answer: See advice on night vision
Question : Can this monocular be combined with a telescope?
Answer: Yes, this is a night vision stretcher, including a set of reductions for the telescope.