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Bushnell 2x28mm Equinox - Visor nocturno monocular, primera generación, negro

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  • Monocular para visión nocturna con un aumento de 2x y una lente de objetivo de 28 mm
  • Alcance: 200 m
  • Campo de visión a 100 m: 37 m

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Otras características:
A prueba de agua: No
Altura: 5,3 cm
Ampliación: 2x
Ancho: 15,3 cm
Campo de visión: 37m
Diámetro del objetivo: 2,8 cm
Peso: 250g
Profundidad: 8,2 cm

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Información sobre el producto
Tamaño de la pantalla1 pulgadas
Longitud8.75 pulgadas
Peso455 gramos
Número de piezas1
CaracterísticasCampo de visión a 100 m: 37m
Componentes incluidostelevision
Incluye bateríasNo

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 17,8 x 6,1 x 8,9 cm ; 358 g
  • Pilas 1 Iones de litio (Tipo de pila necesaria)
  • Número de modelo del producto: 260228
  • ASIN: B004I915H6
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 10 de mayo de 2013
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº57.593 en Deportes y aire libre (Ver el Top 100 en Deportes y aire libre)

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Buena calidad, resistente y compacta. No deja de ser una nvg de gen1, con las limitaciones que ello implica, pero con luna o utilizando su linterna IR incorporada se ve muy nítido. Sin ninguna luz a penas se intuyen algunas formas y un ligero parpadeo de lucecitas.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Busnell Equinox is as Good as Gen 1 Gets... 8 de septiembre de 2012
Por Joseph D - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The Good:
Working with several devices including the outstanding Yukon NVMT scopes and coveted iGen from Night Owl, I must say the Bushnell 2 x 28mm Equinox boasts a slight, but noticable edge on clarity compared to any of the Gen 1 devices I have used. The unit also produces above average brightness (for Gen 1) and productes a sharper image than many other offerings and is ruggedly built to boot. The optics are excellent as the coating on the lenses minimizes distracting flare and contribute to excellent clarity, contrast and sharpness taking Gen 1 technology a bit further than Bushnell's previous models. Based on the rugged build quality and IPX4 level waterproofing, selection of tube (minimal black spots) and appealing optically clear image quality - I would highly recommend this particular model to be at or near the top of your list.

The Gripes:
I personally have minimal gripes about the Equinox 2 x 28, but nevertheless no review would be honest without mentioning these. I find the objective lens cap (front lens) to be far deeper than necessary, hence you have to wrestle a bit to pull it off the front of the scope which is not only a bit of a hassle, but could potentially put a strain on the lens connection to the body. Thankfully, this can be avoided by simply placing the cap 1/3 of the way down when replacing it after use, thus making it much easier to remove. Secondly (and this is really minor), the ocular lens (eyepiece) moves easily during mere handling of the scope so it may need to be readjusted often upon use. Also, while this scope is nicely designed to be rugged, small and lightweight, the tradeoff means that longterm viewing may be a bit awkward for users who are accustomed to holding slightly larger models (such as the Yukon Advanced Optics 4 x 50) - but this is purely personal preference.

Final thoughts: If you are looking for a compact night vision scope offering a balance of a relatively solid build and great image quality at a palatable price point, then the 2 x 28 Equinox NV scope is a solid choice.

Build Quality = 8/10
Image Quality = 9/10
Ease of use = 9/10
Cost vs. Value = 9/10
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas If at first you don't succeed, try again. 20 de octubre de 2011
Por AAR - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I purchased the item because of Bushnell's reputation and the description of the item. Upon on my preliminary test, I noticed that the images were blurry to the point of not even recognizable (low light and with IR assist). Rather than to assume it was defective, I contacted Bushnell (very receptive and helpful technical support) and they recommend that I return the item. I was almost tempted to get a refund and look at another model or brand but I'm willing to give the product one more try.
Aside from the image issues, the product does seem to be well constructed. I hope to update the review with some better news once I get the replacement.

**Replacement update** 10/25/2011
The replacement item was received from Amazon as part of a seamless exchange. The product has thus far exceeded my expectations. What you do have to be careful with is the focus adjustment on the front lens. The part of the lens that is supposed to focus is tightly screwed in from the factory which predisposes you to back off the other two sets of threads that hold on to the front assembly. Once you get the focus sorted, the image quality is spot on. From a distance of 15 yards I could make out the grain pattern of the wood swing set.
For the price, it does the job.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Worth the DOE($) 13 de febrero de 2012
Por joe - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Can't say enough about this monoc! It totally meets my expectations. I tried Yukon Sea Wolf and the clarity was terrible. This monoc is clear as a bell. You do need an external illuminator though. I recommend the streamlight TL-2IR. It increases viewing distance triple fold. A great combo if you get the picatinny rail mount for the light! Awesome! It has a great feel in the hand and seems quite rugged!
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Doesn't work at all 25 de octubre de 2012
Por Baghdaddy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The unit I ordered arrived in 2 pieces. The objective lens came off, exposing the CCD sensor. I screwed the lens back on, but all I get is a completely washed out white screen. I've turned the contrast down, played with the IR light, but no image.

The replacement unit was in better shape. But after a couple of days playing with all the settings and adjustments, I can't get a semi decent image. Basically I'd occasional get a washed out image, but nothing useful at all.

Construction quality is toy-like. Cheap plastic with no seal between the lens and the sensor. Despite the rubber construction, I don't think this is an outdoors device. I think moisture will seep in and ruin the sensor in a very short amount of time.

Mine is going back, this time for a refund.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas RTFM and do the eyepiece first and i recommend leaving the lens cap on so you can focus ... 1 de diciembre de 2015
Por Chris - Publicado en Amazon.com
so to start is the price point. 150.00 out the door for me. got this because we live in the country and the neighbors reported that they were seeing unknowns walking our country road very late and very early (like 2300 hrs to 0400hrs all dressed in black with black hoodies etc. being that people might get twitchy with a weapon mounted nvd, and for the wife to have a quick grab and go when things go bump i took a chance on this.

out of the box it was not in focus and it is a two part process. RTFM and do the eyepiece first and i recommend leaving the lens cap on so you can focus on how sharp the corners of the box are as listed. then take the cap off and and put some known object out in front that you can then adjust the front lens to.

going into the basement and standing on the stairs, 24 feet away per the laser range finder is the baby's foam alphabet mat. not only can i read the letters i can see the texture on the foam. also i can see the stitches on the couch (chocolate couch tan baseball stitches around the seams). this is with the on board ir light running.

please remember this is a starlight scope and can not see in the absence of light/illumination. something has to come in to be amplified to the imager for you to see. and i did inadvertently put my hind in front of the ir several times as i was holding it right handed which instantly dimmed the visual.

going outside it is completely overcast and no visible light from above. while standing in the front door alcove, and using the light that the cat turned on on the far side of the garage i can clearly see the 90+ feet down the driveway without the onboard ir light on. i can see across the road enough to know that there is something there, but not clear enough to see the wire fence. i can see my trees 90+ away and fairly well to the near side and along the perimiter but not remarkably well. after turning on the on board ir, i can not only see into and under the trees and shrubs to the leaf litter under them, but i can see across the road and make out the individual strands of the wire mesh fence of the neighbors.

i came in an got my stream light supertac IR flashlight and shone it across the road to the far tree line which is 247 yards away per the range finder. not only can i see the trees and branches of the pines but i can see into the base of them.

in the backyard looking from the deck to the horse barn i could make out the rails and that it was into a building and stalls but that is about it. when i turned on the onboard ir i was able to see into the barn and the stalls and could not only count the ladders i have stacked in there, but pretty much everything in there and even saw some bats flying around. i did get some flare outs as the onboard ir light reflected off the tree branches right off the deck between me and the horse barn.

the camera and cell phone is picking up too much light from the viewing screen to get pictures currently.

as far as what i got for the 150 dollars it is every bit as good a picture as i have in some of my gen2+ rifle gear and waaay cheaper. i have used pvs4/pvs5/pvs7 and all the neat toys we had from 88-95 so i have seen some green screens in my day. is this the biggest, nope, but it is pretty phenomenal for the price point. if you understand the technology and dont believe the BS you see on the movie screen of how this stuff looks and works, then you wont be dissapointed. Can i see in the dark, yes (with the intended light source(moon and stars, ambient, or ir desingators/flashlights). does it fullfil the claims in the manual and spec sheet, IMO yes. can you mount it to a pic rail yep, and maybe this will work for a cheap helmet mounted, bargain basement monocular for me to try to relive my youth....