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    Night Vision N-vision Halo LR Bobro Mount

    @BamaSE, sorry for the delayed response. In short, the appearance of the horizontal line, as you pointed out, is due to increased recoil from the lighter weapon. While it's annoying, this should not lead to the further deterioration of your Halo. This is one of the things that are outside of...
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    Night Vision Super Yoter C - Any Experience Yet?

    Thank you! Actually, to my eyes, the image on the right (wider FOV) looks better than the one on the left if I zoom it in.
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    Night Vision Rambling what would you do thread

    Thermals (all thermals) are looking at the thermal contrast. During the day, when it's cold outside (cold air from the North), leaves, branches, etc., are warming up more under the sun than the surrounding air. This results in better images. When it's really warm and humid (warm front is...
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    Night Vision Used halo lr50

    The only thing that really matters from the performance standpoint is any possible damage to the objective lens. You may want to confirm that the coating is good and not scratched too much. Everything else is pretty much cosmetics.
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    Night Vision Halo-XRF & Halo X *Expected Soon*

    The LRF draws a bit of power. Just keeping it on (not measuring) adds, if I remember correctly, about 8% to power consumption. The actual measurements are not too bad. In scanning mode, we make one measurement, approximately every 0.8 seconds. However, during this time, the laser is only...
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    Night Vision Halo-XRF & Halo X *Expected Soon*

    @SkyScrapin Thanks! Appreciate your idea. This is something that we will definitely keep in mind for the future. No promises though. I'm glad you like the scanning mode for the LRF.
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    Night Vision Halo-XRF & Halo X *Expected Soon*

    @gunrgood Sorry, as of now, the Halo-XRF/LRF can't transmit the data. In theory, everything is possible, but this functionality is not in the current configuration. If we were to dream, there is no reason to transmit the data somewhere to find the ballistic solution. It should be done on...
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    Night Vision Halo-XRF & Halo X *Expected Soon*

    @SkyScrapin the delay is related to the software on the receiving end. I know that the VLC can have up to two seconds of streaming delay. We had to build a test software for PC to verify that the delay is not on the Halo-X side. Reticle adaptive color: are you sure that it was turned on on...
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    Night Vision Panobridge

    See the picture above.
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    Night Vision Halo-XRF & Halo X *Expected Soon*

    @Cypress87 Technically, it is possible, but we will have to take a good look at the associated costs and figure out if it is feasible or not. We have not done this exercise yet, but we should do it soon.
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    Night Vision Halo-XRF & Halo X *Expected Soon*

    The first batch of Halo-X50 is shipping today.
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    Night Vision Halo-XRF & Halo X *Expected Soon*

    @Cypress87 I think you are referring not to the color of the objective lens but the color of the image as seen through the eyepiece. The color/tint of the image is pretty random. For B&W displays, the tint is a function of the display, and it can't be changed. The difference in the tint of...
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    Night Vision Halo-XRF & Halo X *Expected Soon*

    X: Not tomorrow but _really_ soon.
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    Night Vision NOX-18 Review

    Something like that may work. Nox is going to move down 1/4" or so while installed on a helmet mount. This may present a problem if dual-mounted because it's not going to be leveled with PVS-14 or another Nox. However, if the Nox is used by itself, this can be a valuable solution for users...
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    Night Vision NOX-18 Review

    This may work. Something to think about :-)
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    Night Vision NOX-18 Review

    Maybe I misunderstood. However, the dovetail, in general, is not a good weapon mounting solution. It is OK for SkeetIR (clip-on does not require perfect alignment or repeatability), but I don't think that it's going to work for a weapon sight. Return to zero may be / will be a major problem.
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    Night Vision NOX-18 Review

    It's an interesting idea but, unfortunately, it's not going to work. The "dovetail" side of the Nox is not strong enough to be used for weapon mounting. It is one of the compromises that we had to make very early in the design phase, trading size and weight for the ability to have a weapon...
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    Night Vision NOX-18 Review

    Using a different mount is not going to change things. In this case, the distance between eyes is a defining factor. In other words, for comfortable viewing, the distance between optical axis of the NOX and PVS-14 has to be fixed and equal to the distance between centers of your eye pupils. I...
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    Night Vision SOK's TigIR Z6+ Initial Review + Video

    Great review! Looking at the pictures, it appears that the Boost is not so much an increase of gain but rather an application of additional contrast enhancement + sharpening algorithms. I have to say that they do a very nice job with it. I may be wrong but it's the way it looks.
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    Night Vision Nox 18 vs 35... Max? Anyone else?

    Making a 3X magnifier lens for 18mm Nox is not out of the question. There is a good chance that somebody sooner or later will make those magnifiers. However, zero retention throughout the focusing range will be a major problem. The Nox will probably have to be zeroed with a magnifier at the...