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    Anyone any experience with night vision optics?

    The WifeTM has suggested getting me an NV scope for my birthday. Just wondering if anyone has one.
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    I couldn't give LM the attention she craves without them.
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      #3
      I know the proper ones cost a small fortune from a YouTube chappie who covered it. Why does she want you sneaking around in the dark?
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        #4
        WTFH at the next CUK meetup!

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          #5
          Originally posted by WTFH View Post
          The WifeTM has suggested getting me an NV scope for my birthday. Just wondering if anyone has one.
          Get 3rd gen auto-gated

          HTH

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            #6
            Originally posted by WTFH View Post
            The WifeTM has suggested getting me an NV scope for my birthday. Just wondering if anyone has one.
            It depends on what you mean by NV
            Some NVs just have large optics; typical 1914-1918 war type
            Some use IR, I have an IR version but I needed an extra source for it to be of any use. IR LEDs burn out quickly, they get very hot.
            True NV needs a battery to enhance the image, these can be used in starlight conditions. They cost a few thousand.
            Best NV are not available to the public but if you managed to get one it would be about £50k upwards but they are wow, just like daylight in B&W.

            How about a heat vision one, much cheaper and more useful.
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              #7
              Originally posted by Paddy View Post

              How about a heat vision one, much cheaper and more useful.
              He can't watch the neighbours shagging on a hot day or in the pool with one of them. erm.. apparently.
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                #8
                Given my association with a certain company, I remember looking at the ME-20 and ML-105, but this is more for watching wildlife down the garden.
                Needs a range of about 200metres, self illuminating.
                The WifeTM doesn’t have the same budget as I might.
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by northernladuk View Post

                  He can't watch the neighbours shagging on a hot day or in the pool with one of them. erm.. apparently.
                  If one can spy on one's neighbours, then one is either using a radio telescope or one's acreage is inadequate.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by jamesbrown View Post

                    If one can spy on one's neighbours, then one is either using a radio telescope or one's acreage is inadequate.
                    Or one owns a night vision drone.

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