We all know how awesome a night vision scope is for hunting. Night vision refers to the ability to see in low-light conditions. It is the capability to see in the dark or in environments with very little light. Night vision technology helps us see things when there is not much light available.
How does a Night Vision Scope work?
Because Night Vision works precisely the same way the human eye does, just enhanced for night purposes, it provides a clear picture of your target. There are a few main differences between daytime vision and night vision. The pupils become larger and the eye lets in more light when it’s dark outside. A different, more sensitive kind of cell in the eye called rod cells collects the light for night vision.
A night vision scope can work in different ways, depending on the technology used, but the end result is being able to see your prey. But seeing it one thing, recording your hunt with the Accufire’s Noctis TR1 Night Vision Scope is a game changer!
The Noctis TR1 is everything you want in a night vision scope: a user-friendly menu, day/night capability, industry-standard recoil rating, and HD recording and streaming options. By using the silhouette of a traditional magnified optic, the TR1 is able to utilize any standard 30mm scope rings.
Accufire’s line of night vision scope solutions features digital infrared optics of the highest quality. All our products are suitable for both your nighttime and daytime hunts. Our night vision scope products record audio and video with HD quality to stream or share your hunts later! With smart range finding and recallable ballistic present, you will be sure to shoot true on your next hunt.
What other uses does a Night Vision Scope have?
A night vision scope can also be used for wildlife observation, surveillance, and even stargazing. Here are some cool things about night vision scopes, to name a few:
Enhanced visibility in the dark:
We all know about this one, of course. Night vision scopes allow you to see clearly in low-light or complete darkness. They use infrared light technology to convert ambient light into visible images, making it easier to spot targets even when there is no natural light available.
Many night vision scopes come with built-in infrared illuminators that emit infrared light. This allows you to see objects that are beyond the range of the human eye, making it possible to navigate and identify targets in complete darkness.
Record and share your experiences:
Some night vision scopes have the ability to record videos and capture images. And of course Accufire’s Noctis Night Vision Scope is a great example. This allows you to document your adventures and share them with friends and family, which is the coolest part of all. The TR1 can also store up to six unique firearm profiles, and when paired with Quick Detach and Return to Zero mounts, allows the user to move the TR1 easily between multiple platforms.
Night vision scopes can be mounted on various firearms, including rifles and crossbows. They are designed to withstand recoil and provide a stable and accurate aiming platform.
Night vision scopes are available in different generations, with each generation offering improved performance and image quality. Higher-generation scopes tend to be more expensive but provide better clarity and range. If you are looking for a more affordable option from Accufire check out the Noctis V1 Magnification Night Vision Scope.
Day and night use:
While night vision scopes are primarily designed for low-light conditions, some models can also be used during the day, such as the Night Vision scopes from Accufire.
Night vision scopes give you a significant advantage when hunting or conducting surveillance at night. They allow you to spot targets from a distance and make accurate shots, increasing your chances of success.
Many night vision scopes have long battery life, allowing you to use them for extended periods without worrying about running out of power. The Noctis TR1 night vision scope uses an internal lithium ion battery for a 10 hour run time and comes standard with our IR300 Illuminator.
So go out there and explore nature or stalk your prey with Accufire’s night vision scope.