One Happy Veteran is back with another fascinating tale of hunter versus hunted. In this installment, he finds himself tracking coyote #26. #26 has stayed one step ahead until now. Read on to find out how J.C. used his Night Optics Marauder 750 4x night vision riflescope to hunt and kill the elusive #26! Continue reading “Stalking #26” »
It’s back by popular demand! Take a look at the video below!
Walking around with the TG-7 thermal goggle is an effortless, immersive experience. Details and textures are crisp with our high performance mix of precision optics, custom thermal core and high grade OLED displays! Check out the video footage below, captured using a DVR while helmet mounted. Its awesome!
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The Vulkan Series thermal imagers have always been the benchmark in its class! We’ve taken it another step with the new Vulkan 3 thermal biocular. Our focus was to build a system that featured a high level of performance at the forefront but also be much lighter weight for extended periods of use. High grade OLED displays and ultra high quality US made germanium optics work together with our custom thermal cores to deliver excellent imaging with rich contrast! Though it is difficult to translate real world performance from the confines of our industrial park, it is easy to see that details and textures are abundant !
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Night Optics USA introduces the Dual PVS-14/Sentry 14 helmet mount system for L3/Harris Exelis spec PVS-14 night vision monoculars. This is a highly adaptable system that can be configured as a single-tube or dual-tube stereoscopic night vision goggle. This mounting system adds exceptional versatility to each PVS-14/Sentry 14 by making it possible to quickly detach one or both units from the head mount for weapon-mounted use or handheld as a surveillance/observation tool! Continue reading “Night Optics PVS-14 Dual Mount System” »
Night Optics sent a Panther 336 to the production team over at CBS TV Studios Hawaii for filming on an episode of Hawaii Five-0. The episode aired on May 6, 2016. While it appears only for a breif time, it was during a pivotal scene in the final act.
Spoiler Alert: Five-0 Police detectives use thermal imaging to determine the number of armed bad guys inside the house where a young girl is being held hostage. They time it perfectly so that all 3 detectives take out the 3 bad guys all at once. The scene concludes with the ring leader holding the little girl at gunpoint while Five-0 detectives set up another shot to take him out as well.
See the short scene with the Panther 336 Thermal Riflescope below!
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Night Optics hears you loud and clear! For a limited time, Receive a free digital video recording device (DVR) and weapon/helmet mountable pouch with all Panther 336 and Panther C 336 thermal shooting systems! Capture the action! Don’t miss out on this great deal!
Watch the Panther 336 Thermal Scope with DVR in action!
The new Night Optics Explorer 400 handheld thermal imaging camera delivers big improvements and features over the Explorer 320.
On December 3, 2015 Night Optics accepted the 2015 Innovation Award from the Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce. The award was presented by Barbara Mason from The Boeing Company and accepted by Rolando Petit, Director of Marketing at Night Optics USA. Night Optics has been a part of the Huntington Beach business community for over 20 years and is honored to be only the second ever recipient of the award.
November 3, 2015 Night Optics launched the 6th version of nightoptics.com. The new website boasts a ton of great new features, including product quick look, image enlargement with light box and navigation for more detailed viewing, product sorting options, improved search, a much cleaner, easier to use interface and a responsive HTML5/CSS3 layout that senses the size of your display and automatically adjusts the layout for the best user experience.
Night Optics ships high-performance tactical night vision systems to a Northern California police agency working to stop looters from taking advantage of evacuated home and business owners in areas affected by the Butte Fire (Amador & Calaveras Counties), which has burned more than 70,000 acres and is currently 95% contained. The fires have destroyed a staggering 475 residences, 343 outbuildings and damaged at least 45 structures.
To learn more about the Northern California wild fires and what you can do to help families and officials in the affected area visit: