Night Vision Binoculars
Who We Are?
We, WildGuarder Outdoors Co.,Ltd is a high-tech enterprise focusing on the development, production, sales and service of night vision devices and monitoring systems for many years.WildGuarder are dedicated to the branding of image processing technology and the OEM,ODM processing service worldwide, can provide product development and one-stop processing and productions service.
We are mainly engaged in the R&D, production, processing and sales services of hunting and outdoor products such as trail cameras,night vision binoculars& monoculars,scopes, Rangefinders,Solar Panel kits etc.
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Professional Experience & Technology – We have been engaged in the outdoor hunting industry for 10 years and has accumulated valuable experience. With the development of the hunting industry and the gradual diversification of market demand, We adhere to the technological innovation concept of “Let science and technology burst into power”, adhering to customer needs as the core, providing customers with high-quality products and satisfactory services.
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WildGuarder OWLER1 Night Vision Binoculars – 2023 Hot Sale Long Range Night Vision Device
The OWLER1 is designed for both day and night use. It has multiple functions like photo,video and replay functions.The OWLER1’s 20X optical zoom and 4X digital zoom allow you to view objects clearly.It is perfectly used for camping,hiking,caving,animal observation and other nighttime activities.
BRING YOU FULL VIEW
OWLER1 Night vision binoculars built-in 3“ TFT LCD wide screen, convert to 4-inch large viewing screen by the convex lens 20x optical zoom and 4X digital zoom allows the user to zoom in on an object or zoom out to a broader perspective. 30mm objective aperture and 1.8°-68°angle of view offer you more full field.LCD screen display provides you with easy to watch, and quick control over different functions to capture the perfect image or video on high definition.
LONG VIEWING DISTANCE RANGE
The OWLER1 is built-in 5W infrared LED, 850nm Illuminator enable observe target on the fully dark condition and the range up to 1640ft /500 M.the best distance is 656ft /200M.It can be used as a telescope with IR off for daytime color,the range up to 3280ft/1000M.The screen resolution is 854×480.
DETAIL USAGE AND VIEW
The OWLER1 features a threaded tripod mount for securing to a tripod. You can use 8 x AA batteries (not included) and 5-6V power bank (not included) can be used as the power source.Rubber armor makes it comfortable for use and keeps it from slipping out from your hand.Completely sealed and nitrogen filled feature makes it fog and rain proof and can prevent moisture and dust from getting inside the binoculars.
How to Choose the Right Night Vision Binocular?
While standard binoculars can provide magnification of 10x or higher, don’t expect this from a night vision model. This is not possible in low light conditions.
For most night vision binoculars, you can expect an optical magnification of 1 to 5 times.
This can be enhanced by variable digital magnification or scaling. Digital magnification has its place, but those who know a little about how cameras work will know that while optical magnification actually adds detail to the picture, digital magnification simply “crops” the image, bringing you closer to what is already there. As a result, the image becomes blurred or “pixelated”.
Therefore, optical magnification is something you really need to pay attention to.
For example, you will often see magnification expressed as 5×35 or 3×40. The first number is the actual magnification. The second number is the diameter of the objective lens. This is the lens that collects the light into the binoculars. If you see binoculars with WA after these numbers, for example “5×35 WA”, it means that the lens is a wide-angle lens and you can expect a wide field of view.
But in reality, if you are using binoculars at night to observe wildlife, you will probably be focusing on something relatively close to you, maybe 100-150 meters at most (think 30 meters in most cases for a long garden house), so the lack of high magnification is not really an issue.
Field of View
Field of view is the area you can see through your binoculars. This is important because a wider field of view makes it easier to spot activity and track wildlife without having to constantly move your head and binoculars.
Field of view is usually expressed in degrees or feet at 100 meters. Either way, the higher the number, the wider the area you can see.
There is a relationship between optical magnification and field of view. The greater the optical magnification, the narrower the field of view. This is a real consideration in daylight binoculars, where high magnification can be achieved, and is not an issue in night vision models where only relatively low magnification can be achieved.
Range is the distance at which binoculars can detect and focus on an object.Like most things, there is a trade-off between range and price – the more you are prepared to pay, the more range you can get.But before you take out a second mortgage, think about what kind of scope you really need?Remember that for nighttime wildlife viewing, you’re not really trying to spot things from very far away. Instead, you’ll be using binoculars to get a closer, clearer view of things relatively close by.So for most people, a maximum range of 100 to 150 yards will be sufficient.Although the minimum range or “close focus” is not usually specified, it is worth paying attention to. This is the closest you can get to an object and still focus on it.This may be important if you plan to use binoculars to get close to wildlife in your garden at night. Typical close range for night vision binoculars is 10 feet, and some of our options have a close focus of only 30 cm.
Other factors to consider
In addition to the core technical specifications, there are many other features you need to consider when choosing a pair of night vision binoculars.
Size and weight
Night vision binoculars can be large and heavy. You may not mind this, but smaller, lighter binoculars may be an advantage if you plan to spend some time lifting the binoculars up to your eyes, or if you want to travel with them, or take them hiking or canoeing.
The heaviest set we reviewed here is less than a kilogram and the lightest has a little over 300 grams, so you can see there is a lot of variation.
Build quality and waterproof/weatherproof
Even if it’s just in your garden, you’ll probably be using your binoculars in the dark outdoors. It’s likely to be wet, and the darkness makes it easier to bump or drop your kit.That’s why build quality is important. Check out the product specifications and reviews in this area. Fully rubberized models are a good idea, or at least look for sturdy models with nice rubberized handles.You can get fully waterproof models and prices, which may work for you if you plan to bring binoculars for boating. Weatherproofing will be useful for all users, and this is a feature to keep in mind.
Most models have a battery life of at least three hours, and in many cases this is more than enough.However, if you plan to travel or camp with your binoculars, you may want to look at a longer-lasting version.From a cost perspective, it’s also worth looking at whether the pair you choose works with rechargeable batteries.
Although photoelectric binoculars come with traditional eyepieces, most digital models are equipped with LCD displays.The screen will display the image in black and white or conventional green (usually in color for daytime viewing.The size and resolution of the screen will affect the quality of your view. Think about the size of your phone’s screen for comparison. Just like a cell phone, a larger screen often means a larger, heavier device, so there are trade-offs to be made.
Many binoculars now offer video and the option to still record for playback on a computer, phone or TV. In this case, the size of the built-in screen is no longer an issue.
Day and night use.
As we noted, night vision binoculars do not have the magnification capabilities of daylight models, but it is still easy to use Wildguarder binoculars during the day, especially if you want to travel or camp with your binoculars and don’t want to pack two pairs.If you want to use WildGuarder binoculars during the day, be sure to check that this feature is available. Exposure to bright light can damage the intensifier tube (but not the CMOS sensor), so please check before exposing the unit to light.
In addition to all the digital focus and zoom features of most of these binoculars, you should also be able to focus manually.The easiest way to do this is to use the center focus wheel. Keep an eye out for this feature.
Eye relief is the distance between your eye and the viewing lens that still allows you to see the entire frame.For some people who wear glasses, this can be a problem. If you regularly wear glasses for distance or near vision, they should be removed and adjusted using manual focus when using binoculars.However, if you wear glasses due to nystagmus or astigmatism, you may need to continue wearing them. In this case, it is best to choose a long eye relief of at least 11 mm.Of course, many of the models we see here use LCD screens instead of traditional eyepieces, thus making eye relief less of an issue.
Bright light sources like streetlights or the full moon can wreak havoc on night vision binoculars, reflecting off the lens and ruining image quality.Look for models with fully coated lenses to avoid this problem.
This is another useful feature to keep in mind. Cold, wet night conditions can cause the lens and screen to fog up. Some models come with an anti-fog coating.This is a great feature.
Easy to use
You will be using this kit in the dark, possibly outdoors, and may see the activity of sometimes fast-moving creatures.So ease of use is essential. You don’t want to be fumbling for the right button when you see a hedgehog start mating.Look for models with a limited number of controls. Moderately sized buttons that are well spaced and easy to reach.
WildGuarder binoculars use digital camera technology, so it’s relatively easy to add the ability to take still photos and record video.The reason this might be a nice feature is fairly obvious.On the other hand, adding recording capabilities can add weight, size, cost and complexity.It will be a personal choice. Is it important to you to capture the action in your movie? Or would you be happier living in the moment and enjoying watching what is happening with full attention?
Night Vision Binocular FAQ ?
IR illuminators are typically built-in on a Gen 1 night vision scope, however, they can be built-in, mounted, or attached to aid higher-gen scopes. They emit and focus infrared light on the target scene to help the night vision device when there isn’t enough ambient light available to produce an image. Infrared light can’t be detected by the human eye, so it’s invisible to detect. However, other night-vision users are able to detect you due to the IR illuminator.
Thermal imaging does not need any light to function. Night vision binocular works by amplifying nearby visible light. Thermal imaging works by using infrared sensors to detect differences in temperatures of objects in its line of sight.
Many devises come with a built in infrared illuminator and most of which are short range flood light style that are good for close range and indoor night vision use – usually about 300 yards max distance.
Infrared binoculars can be used with even in total darkness. The biggest advantage between the usual night vision and Infrared binoculars is that the latter is much better at spotting at objects that are partially or totally hidden.
Yes! This is new tech known as White Phosphor Technology (WPT). As you can tell, white phosphor is used versus the traditional green. You now have night vision in black and white. But, there’s more to it than just the color of your target scene.
This is a recent development in the night-vision industry. They’re similar to night vision scopes as they provide the ability to see in the dark. However, a built-in chip and IR illuminator are used in a digital night vision scope. The chip amplifies light emitted by the IR and provides an image. Digital night vision monoculars and scopes can also provide real-time video recording, can be used in any lighting condition (day, night, dynamic conditions), and can offer various electronic features such as rangefinding, ballistic data, and more.
There are benefits to using both for hunting and work applications. Thermal is day and night compatible, does not need light to work, and has long detection ranges. Night vision is less costly and provides identification details better than thermal.
Night Vision Binocualr is well-suited for hunting. It allows the user to positively identify targets out to 400 yards. Detection and recognition can be much further.
Night vision relies on at least some ambient light for detection making detection at great distances more difficult. If shooting at night the moon and stars should provide sufficient light for a night vision scope. In the absence of natural light, IR illuminators are used to generate light.
Night vision can be used for many different tasks such as wildlife observation, amazing what animals will do when they think you can’t see them. Other common uses are camping, hunting, home security, night fishing, night boating, night birding, night photography, caving or spelunking, and many other interesting things, some of which you can find in our “Night Vision by Use” section.
Traditional night vision devices use optoelectronic image enhancement, which works by sensing small amounts of infrared light that are reflected off objects and then electrically amplifying that light into a characteristic glowing green image.
Night vision will work if it’s through a single pane of glass or plastic. Just look as the exterior enclosures for other cameras. They use a washer/o-ring in front of the camera lens to block the IR reflections. Since most modern windows are double pane or more, there are too many reflective surfaces.
- Image Quality and Resolution. Image quality is one of the most important factors to consider, Infrared Illuminators, Magnification, Field of View, Range, Size and Weight, Build Quality and Water, Weatherproofing, Battery Life.
Binoculars are now quite commonly used throughout the world, followed by light amplifying nighttime vision systems that can be used to spot animals at night.
There have been several occasions while camping or just in my own backyard where we had our infrared binoculars out just for fun and caught some great up-close glimpses of nocturnal avian life such as owls, nighthawks, nightjars and even roosting birds like hawks and even songbirds.
Yes, they do! In fact, they work very well. On a cloudy, moonless night, the best night vision goggles can help people see over 200 yards away.
Viewing from a small screen. The Screen is too bright to hold it to your eyes like you would with Binoculars.
Our Brand, WildGuarder is a high-tech enterprise focusing on the development, production, sales and service of night vision devices and monitoring systems for many years.WildGuarder are dedicated to the branding of image processing technology and the OEM,ODM processing service worldwide, can provide product development and one-stop processing and productions service.
Our Brand "WildGuarder" is mainly engaged in the R&D, production, processing and sales services of hunting and outdoor products such as trail cameras,night vision binoculars& monoculars,scopes, Rangefinders,Solar Panel kits etc. we have been engaged in the outdoor hunting industry for 10 years and has accumulated valuable experience. With the development of the hunting industry and the gradual diversification of market demand, We adhere to the technological innovation concept of "Let science and technology burst into power", adhering to customer needs as the core, providing customers with high-quality products and satisfactory services.
Based on product cost performance and user experience, WildGuarder has many technical advantages in image enhancement. Professional research and development team, leading technology and technology, customized to create international high-quality outdoors & night vision device brand.
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