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Bushnell StealthView Jumelles de vision nocturne

Bushnell StealthView Jumelles de vision nocturne
alaScore 80

16 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Binoculars the Bushnell StealthView Jumelles de vision nocturne is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 16 reviews)

User Reviews  

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Compares reasonably to older 1st Generation NV.

 

Not a bad product for the scope, but the hype about being better than Gen2 really is exaggerated. Firstly, the resolution is about 400x300 pixels. Count em - it's not hard, just takes patience. That's like old Analogue TV - still very good, but older...

Cheap, well made, easy to use and fun

Can't really compete with a decent Gen2

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Its Great!

 

What a great piece of equipment!Turns night into day!I tried it out the night I picked it up.It works great!I went to the lake by my house.It was pitch black out.I turned it on and was amazed by what I could see.I could clearly make out a duck that was...

Fair Price..$399.00 Quality build,easy to operate,user friendly

Drains batteries fairly quickly!Buy batteries in bulk

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Last review = RUBBISH

 

I sell nightvision and for a while the biggest problem was ensuring the customer wasn't expecting to own what he saw in the last action movie he went to see.

Excellent Resolution, cheap for the performance, TV/VIDEO adaptable

Fairly narrow illuminator

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Infrared vision device

 

This monocular isn't really a light amplifying device like an image intensifier. It is essentially a B&W low-light CMOS camera, like you might find in a video security system, with an LCD display viewfinder and two infrared (IR) illuminators. Like most...

Clear B&W image, long distance IR spotlight, uses AA batteries

Viewfinder way too bright, spotlight doesn't fill view, not really low light device

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Alternative to Light Intensification

 

I bought these, as 1st generation light intensification (LI) commonly available has many problems.

Fair to good black & white image, for the price

Not stealthview as claimed