940-CQB Home Defense night vision. Video will open in a new window. Pocket 14 flood and spot test.There are many digital night vision devices available, but ALL of them have narrow FOV and use cheap 850nm iR that you can see glow from 300 feet. These are great for watching harmless deer in backyard...
BUT, if your opponent SHOOTS BACK, and is in your LIVING ROOM... You need my MODIFIED DN-300 scope, "CQB-R", with a WIDE FOV and an 100% INVISIBLE iR light source! My "CQB-R" modification is the winning recipe! THIS CQB-R, IS THE ONLY DEVICE ON THE MARKET THAT IS PORTABLE, UNDETECTABLE, AND OF HIGH ENOUGH RESOLUTION TO BE USEFUL FOR CQB, NAVIGATION, and medium distance viewing.IN ADDITION TO THIS SCOPE; PURCHASERS HAVE ACCESS TO "ME" AND MY VAST KNOWLEDGE TO ANSWER ALL YOUR NIGHT VISION QUESTIONS. I HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH EVERY NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGY.
THIS IS A NEW IN THE BOX UNIT THAT I CONVERT AND IS OPTIMIZED FOR CQB/HOME DEFENSE AND OUTDOOR NAVIGATION. THE ORIGINAL 80 FOOT RANGE IS INCREASED TO 100 FOOT+ PERFORMANCE AND ALLOWS COMPLETELY INVISIBLE OPERATION. My conversion has short range performance that EXCEEDS performance of a gen 3 pvs-14 at 1/10th the cost.
My handmade CQB-R is the ONLY 100% invisible digital Scope available ANYWHERE! The CQB-R's iR has a removable blue filter and 20 foot range indoors.Blue filter makes the 940nm iR 100% invisible by human eyes! When Outdoors; removing blue filter increases of focused 940nm iR to illuminate 20+ feet BUT iR has a VERY FAINT GLOW detectable by the target when target is within 8 feet. The unfiltered glow is extremely subdued and most customers opt to leave off the filter full time. But with filter it is 100% invisible and NO OTHER DIGITAL SCOPE ON THE MARKET IS 100% invisible.
The factory iR is detectable from 300 feet. I changed to 940nm iR and now detection range is reduced TO 40 feet and with my blue filter, it is NOT DETECTABLE by any living creature! The factory 5x magnification lens sees 1 sq ft of ground when looking down to navigate...The lens is now changed to a wide FOV where you can see 20 sq ft of ground when looking down to navigate. This is 20x more field of view! Expect 60-90 minutes of battery life using on board iR. Expect 3 hours battery life if the iR is turned off and using external iR... Origin Story: A year ago, at Mom's house at night, out of the corner of my eye, a mysterious intruder whizzed by the door! My first thought was,'if i had night vision, this would be the most one sided gun fight in history! , BUT all of my devices were too big to carry and not availible(my gen 3 pvs-14 was in my bug out bag, in trunk of my car)... And there was not a single night vision device small enough to carry everyday. Turns out it was just the family dog; she had gotten inside unnoticed. There was no actual human intruder, but i didn't forget the lesson i learned that night! Next time, i was going to have NIGHT VISION on my person as much as my sidearm is! That night i began the 3 month search for small short range, effective and PORTABLE night vision. I found that THERE IS NO FACTORY NIGHT VISION ON EARTH THAT MEETS THOSE SPECS... I've made the greatest HOME DEFENSE night vision scope on the market: I call it the CQB-R.
THIS CQB-R Conversion is the real deal. Contenders for concealed carry night vision. D resolution isn't high enough for indoor use.
(NOT useable for navigation and rapid target detection at close range). The monitor must be held out 18 inches and this can back shine your face some...Making you visible, and reducing stealth. (NOT very usable for navigation or rapid target detection at close range). But the resolution is too low for nav and identifying... The high resolution pics in the ads are combining the daytime camera's high resolution pics with the thermal overlaid. At night this high resolution goes away. Resolution in total darkness is not usable for nav or identification.
8x brings FOV to 29° but still pretty small for optimal short range use. The Ghost Hunter 1x24: this unit has a 30° FOV and is as big as a PVS-14, so it's not concealed and it requires its onboard visible 850nm light source. So it's not in the same league as my CQB-LR for stealth, Situational awareness, or portability. But the 1x24 is a good value...
Its just not very portable. IR sensitive plus microdisplay: Not very sensitive to 940nm. Barely works with 940nm indoors and shows it in a weird purple color. This sensor is about 10% better than my CQB-LR.
I've built several devices using the night eagle camera. But for pocket carry, nothing beats the CQB-LR. The slightly better performance from night eagle isn't worth the difficulty of manufacture. Here are the models I have created in past. They are ALL availible for manufacture.
940nm 100° IR Flood illuminator. Meant for unrivaled close range performance to 20 feet. A true close quarter battle optic with extra wide FOV, navigation is as easy as with natural vision. Unfiltered iR an be detected from 6 feet but this is so stealthy, most opt to leave blue filter off. 940nm 30° iR focused illuminator.
Max Range 150 feet but maintains barely enough FOV to navigate. Meant to duplicate FOV of PVS-14. 940nm 30° IR Flood illuminator. Must use blue filter to be 100% invisible and this gives range of 20 feet. Without filter, range is increased to 100+ feet.The best of both worlds of extreme stealth and extreme distance from a pocket Scope. This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Hunting\Scopes, Optics & Lasers\Night Vision". The seller is "first-line-gear" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
Uses 3 AAA batteies(not Included).