nv spotter

srvet

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I was amazed by the quality for the money. The onboard IR is very good and will be more than adequate for most uses. The field of view is a little limited but for the ££ it is exceptional value
 

nun_hunter

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I was amazed by the quality for the money. The onboard IR is very good and will be more than adequate for most uses. The field of view is a little limited but for the ££ it is exceptional value
I got one of these when there was a discount code for 40% off and was about £130. As mentioned the FOV is quite narrow but other than that it's very good. Much better image quality than my Yukon XT which cost 3x
 

Nod-1

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Hi Steve,

I have got one of the Bushnell Equinox NV spotters, there around a couple of hundred quid that your welcome to have a look through before buying one if your passing Bletchley anytime soon.

regards Neil.
 

Chasey

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has anybody used any NV spotters or binoculars that are under a £100 and worth buying
Thers kit to try and save money on but NV isn't it



I have had cheep NV and its pretty rubbish whith the biggest problem being eyeball ach after prolonged use

My2p is go SH and go Pulsar

Just paid 250 for a SH Pulsar 870 spotter and its very impressive.
 

Akeld

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I have a bresser which I bought second hand, I think they were sold by aldi. I mounted a length of weaver rail on the side and then attached a T20ir torch with a doubler fitted. Its good for about 150 yards but it helps if you know your ground. If its fitted with a sunnranger the distance is extended. Try some of the NV forums on the web and facebook
 

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