Amplificateur de lumière Bushnell Savana 2.5 x 42
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Description du produit
Offre une incroyable clarté de vision (Monoculaire de la 1ère génération).
Grossissement : 2.5
Diamètre de l'objectif : 42
Portée en m : 1.2 - 183
Illuminateur infrarouge :oui (intégré)
Taille : 170 x 95 x 70
Poids : 397
Adaptable sur trépied : oui
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Let's be realistic. Bushnell is a mid-range brand, their products are well made and they do perform as indicated, they sometimes perform better than indicated and it is the case for this one.
It can be used for distances up to 50-70 yards maximum. The built-in infrared light will light up to 50 yards or so. The lens are clear enough, although of a mid-range quality and the focus is a bit picky to obtain. But for the price I paid ( $200some ) it's a value-for-money device. Do not expect to spot a bad guy in a dark alley at 200 yards, it won't work. Don't use this for security if you need better performance it is not designed nor priced for it. But if you are looking for a unit that is well made, light, small enough to be portable, that you want to spot wild life within a 70 yard radius, this will do the job very well.
The use of the unit takes a bit of getting used to, and the focusing takes a bit of practice but I now am able to get good results. The option of variable strength infrared is great and allows for good highlighting of smaller areas.
I have found that it is best to know your approximate range and set up the focus to be used within that range limit. My best results have come from the monocular set up on the tripod and swiveled at intended subject area, keeping the eye at the right distance from the eye piece is needed for the best viewing.
The unit seemed new and worked well straight from the box (with batteries, I have been through two sets but they have lasted ok...I always have a spare set with the unit).
Shipping was ok, not as quick as I would have liked, but I was kept informed about progess, and it was through the Xmas/holiday period.
Overall I'm happy with the product and the service and if I ever get the money to go up a couple of generations of night vision I would buy again. My only reason for giving four stars is because I know that there are better/higher levels of night vision available and I don't want to give the immpression that this is the best....but for value this is great quality and fun.
That is how this thing worked for me. Watched rabbits eating, foxes searching, and javelina moving around at night too. In short, with a full moon in a dark area, you may as well be looking through a green tinted camcorder in daylight. This thing will see everything that the moon casts light on! With the double IR light, the throw is far enough to where it makes it fun to use this thing since you can ID whatever is running/moving/looking at you in the dark. The price isn't bad either. I bought both the single and double IR versions of this item, the double has a smidge more throw/range to it. Given the choice, I'd opt for the double every time based on the small price difference between the two... In reality though, both are comparable, so if you need to save some bucks go for the single version.