iGen 20/20' IC Night Vision Viewer is superior in quality, resolution and clarity. Now immortalize your memories while camping, hiking, sailing, wildlife observation and much more; this unit can capture images day or night! Furthermore, the iGEN 20/20TM IC Night Vision Viewer is the only night vision product that can be connected to real-time video, making it possible to record day and night
The iGEN 20/20 Day/Night Vision Monocular is more than just a night vision viewer--it's also the only night vision device to offer image capture picture-taking capability. Proprietary iGEN technology allows you to experience the future of night vision with light amplification adjustable from 300x to 10,000x, a variable frame rate, and 3 modes of infrared intelligence. Enhanced infrared sensitivity doubles the sensitivity of intensifier tube technology and video composite output allows for direct recording to external device with use of a composite video cable. The iGen captures black and white images in JPEG and TIFF formats and comes with a memory card.
- iGEN Night Vision Viewer with image capture picture-taking capability
- Proprietary iGEN technology is the future of night vision; surpasses Gen 2 and Gen 3
- Light amplification adjustable from 300x to 10,000x
- Variable Frame Rate (2 fps to 30fps)
- 3 modes of infrared intelligence
- Wattage adjusts automatically as needed for varying levels of darkness
- Enhanced infrared sensitivity; double the sensitivity of intensifier tube technology
- Video composite output for direct recording to external device with use of a composite video cable (not included)
- Selectable NTSC or PAL formats
- Image Capture memory card included
- Captures black and white images in JPEG and TIFF formats
- Magnification: 2.6x
- Angle of View: 12 '
- Resolution: 30 lp/mm (edge-to-edge)
- Power: 4 AA batteries
- Range of View: 16 to infinity
- Tripod mount
How Night Vision Works:
Available light is gathered by the front Objective Lens, where it is transmitted through a set of optical lenses to the Electronic Intensifier Tube (E.I.T.). High levels of energy, produced by the device's complex power supply, knock out electrons from the Photocathode Screen, located on the front of the Electronic Intensifier Tube. This same energy creates a highly static field, pushing the electrons to the Phosphorescent Screen, a sensitive layer, located on the back of the EIT. These electrons strike the Phosphorescent Screen with great speed, causing the screen to illuminate. This process produces an image, which is then magnified by the Ocular Lens located at the back of the device. By looking through the ocular lens you will see the image as if you just looked through a regular optical device, except the image will appear in a monochrome green color. Finally, the Ocular Lens provides adjustment for your particular eyesight, while the Objective Lens lets you adjust the focus according to the distance of the object you are viewing.