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Simmons 7MP ProHunter Cam with Night Vision 54 LED


Product ID : B004QM6WF0

List Price : $ 330.95

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Average rating: 4.1 , based on 1 reviews

Simmons 7MP ProHunter Cam with Night Vision 54 LED

  • IR LED night vision
  • 6 to 7 MP images
  • Video Mode
  • Rugged and field-ready
  • PIR Sensor with 45′ Range
  • 54 LED Night Vision Flash
  • SD Card Slot for Up to 32GB Cards

The most reliable hunting partner you’ll ever have. With an astounding seven months of battery life, a quick trigger speed of 1.6 seconds and up to 32GB of memory, our trail cameras are the industry’s preeminent blend of dependability and value. This Pro Hunter features a PIR sensor that captures wildlife movement up to 45′ away, storing fascinating still images to SD cards. Photos can be captured in the dark as well, thanks to the 54 LED night vision flash.

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One Response to “Sightmark Wraith 3×28 Digital Night Vision Monocular”

  1. Frank says:
    1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s really a GEN 1., March 26, 2011

    This review is from: Sightmark Wraith 3×28 Digital Night Vision Monocular (Sports)

    Attached to this scope is a sticky label which reads, “Gen 2 night vision equivalent.” So? It’s a Gen 1, but, the view finder is black and white (starkly so with the IR turned up on high), instead of ‘glowing green’. To keep this brief, the green allows one to view, thought poorly, using ambient light, while Sightmark doesn’t work well without the IR turned on. BUT, click on the IR and it’s like turning on a spotlight in a dark room, the closer the object, the more one needs to turn down the IR. When you do, the contrast is poorer (to me) than the green. And, this black and white display completely ruins any natural night vision once you put it back in the case. The green allows some residual vision once you put it away. Distance? Let’s be real, if you are watching Rocky Raccoon raiding your garbage can, either will do. If you want to run through the woods like Rambo, neither will do. Why the low rating, I think they are falsely labeling their product in the adds you read, while disclaiming these very adds by attaching the above sticky note. Bottom line, probably to those who aren’t familiar with night scopes, black and white initially maybe a familiar venue, but if you are used to the ‘spooky’ green, stick with it. Lastly, I’m trying to cover everything, the green is easily damaged by bright light, Sightmark claims their scope isn’t. Maybe so, I’m not willing to validate this.

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