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The Armasight CO-Mini IDI Gen 2+ Front Sniper Day/Night is an advanced clip-on system for your rifle scope or binoculars. The CO-Mini converts your existing rifle scope to a night vision rifle scope with unmounting or re-zeroing your rifle scope. Further, it is also possible to use the front sniper while holding it in your hand as a night vision monocular making it a relialble partner for the demanding sports shooter, hunter, law enforcer or security. This front sniper is much smaller and more light weight than any of the current front sniper you can buy on the markt.
The CO-Mini IDI uses generation 2+ night vision technology to assure a high clarity, versatility and reliability. The compact, robust and waterpoof housing assures that the front sniper can take a rought treating and makes it suitbale for use under the most diverse conditions. With a full battery (CR123A 3V), you will have a battery life of about 60 hours. The front sniper can easily be mounted by using one of the suitable mounting adapters (please see optional accessoires). The detachable infrared make it possible to use the CO-Mini in the most dark situations.
Features of the Armasight CO-Mini IDI Gen 2+ Front Sniper Day/Night:
- Mountable on your rifle scope
- Resolution: 47-54 lp/mm
- Minimum detection distance: 20 meter to infinity
- Suitable to Caliber .30-06
- Sensitivity: 330 μA/lm
- Exit Pupil: 21 mm
- Low battery indicator
Armasight CO-Mini IDI Gen 2+ Front Sniper Day/Night;Cleaning Cloth;Soft carrying Case;CR123A Battery; Quick Release Mount;XLR-IR850 Infrared;Manual
Camera House Price: £2583.72
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