The PARD NV008 Digital Night Vision Rifle Scope truly is a very good scope and at this kind of price point it’s amazing. It's simple to use and very effective, and the in-built IR torch is very good just by itself so its a total complete unit that's effective at night hunting ranges.
New & Improved Features:
• New Sony 1024×768 OLED Display (up from 800×600) - Now the images are even better as the screen matches the Camera 1080P resolution
• Picture in Picture
The Pard NV008 Night Vision Unit – sets a new benchmark amongst dedicated night vision scope units, with 1080P colour for daytime use and 1080P night time viewing, mp4 video recording and uses 18650 batteries with a and compact powerful illuminator, gives amazing value and performance for money.
Comes supplied with a rail mount to fit to your rifle.
The Pard NZ008 Wins the Night Vision section of the Great British Shooting Awards 2021. Night vision product of the year – Pard NV008P Night Vision Rifle scope.
The Pard NV008 Night Vision Unit sets a new benchmark amongst dedicated night vision scopes, with 1080P colour for daytime use and 1080P night-time viewing, mp4 video recording and fast change battery power and compact powerful illuminator, gives amazing value and performance for money. The scope comes supplied with a weaver rail mount to fit to your rifle, a choice of reticules and is well equipped to deal with vermin 24/7.
The performance of the PARD NV008P is superb, it can be used as an individual handheld spotter or a dedicated rifle scope thanks to its detachable weaver/picatinny scope mount. The unit has been designed as a night / day rifle scope and offers the user excellent performance out to 200 meters with its on board IR illuminator.
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