More photos taken through night vision monocular

Taken with ATN PVS14 and a Panasonic LX3. The camera was used at ISO200, so it added a bit of noise to the image.At base ISO, the exposure would have been 1/6s, going up to 200 allowed 1/15s at f2.5.

Highway lights in the background. Main exposure by moonlight from 7% waxing crescent. Rifle is MSAR STG556 with YNH suppressor, EOTech in front of PVS14 and light/laser.

As you can see, the DOF on the monocular itself is fairly limited up close. Sharpness is quite good, enough to read the ammo box lettering.

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3 Responses to More photos taken through night vision monocular

  1. Colin says:

    Why is there an M1919 on a MG-34/42 tripod? Cool pics, though. I’ve been a long time lurker…

  2. Lyle says:

    Nice shots, Man.

  3. Vlad says:

    Which camera mount did you use for the PVS? The one I showed you or something else?
    Did you swap out the eye piece for a camera hood on the PVS to cutout some of the noise?

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