Yukon Spartan NVMT 4x50 is the strongest night vision device of this series of Belarusian manufacturer. Large, 4x magnification and 50 mm lens provide a very bright, clear picture. Range of observation: up to 200 meters in the conditions of the sad lighting. It has a built-in LED infrared illuminator for observation in total darkness.
The body has a 1/4 inch socket allowing for mounting the night vision device on any photo tripod.
| • Generation: || 1 |
| • IR illuminator: || built-in, diode |
| • Zoom: || 4x |
| • Diameter of the lens: || 50 mm |
| • Resolution: || 36 lines / mm |
| • Range: || 70 m in total darkness, 200 m with a lighting fixture |
| • Field of view: || 15 ° |
| • Adjusting the focus to your eyesight: || +/- 4 D |
| • Power supply: || 3-volt CR123 battery (included) |
| • Working temperature range: || -30 ° + 40 ° |
| • Working time without changing the power source: || 20 hours |
| • Mounts to a photographic tripod: || YES, 1/4 inch |
| • Dimensions: || 191 x 87 x 60 [mm] |
| • Weight: || 600 g |
>> FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS <<
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: Basic information can be found in the HOW TO OPERATE THE NECTOR (click to read)
Question : What is the CR123 battery? Are there "batteries" of this type?
Answer: CR123 batteries are 3-volt lithium batteries, often used in cameras, rangefinders, crosshairs, tactical flashlights. Lithium cells have a large capacity, they are resistant to temperatures from -55 to +70 degrees Celsius, and they have a very long life - up to 15 years of usability (at room temperature).
Yes, there are available batteries on the market (RCR-123 symbol, they require a dedicated charger).