Bushnell Brings Color to Night Vision Optics in 2011

By Hunting NetworkFebruary 17, 2011

LAST UPDATED: May 1st, 2015

Overland Park, Kan.- Bushnell night vision optics are popular for scouting and wildlife watching, allowing viewers see into the dark undetected, without spooking game. The only drawback for some people is that the image has a green hue and there is a lack of contrast, so images are not always sharp and depth perception is difficult.
The new 3×32 Digital Color NightVision monocular from Bushnell solves both problems. The new monocular uses a Color CCD Sensor and a digital color LCD screen to turn night into day.  With some ambient light, color can easily be detected and in pitch black, stripes of an animal are detectable where previously not possible.
The unit features true 3x magnification with a field of view of approximately 70 feet and a range of nearly 300 feet.
The Bushnell Digital Color NightVision monocular works great not only for wildlife viewing, but for night fishing, camping, boating, caving, security and surveillance, search and rescue and nighttime navigation – any time you need to clearly see into the night without a flashlight.   
The Bushnell Digital Color Night Vision monocular sells for a suggested retail price of $299.99.

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