Australia's oldest & most respected night vision & thermal imaging specialists - supplying night vision, thermal imaging & specialised low light imaging kit to the Australian Government & Defence since 1990

Pyser-SGI announce the release of an advanced version of the popular EV3 Image Enhancer

by Administrator | July 9, 2002

Pyser-SGI of the UK has announced the release of an advanced version of the popular EV3 Image Enhancer, the  EV9. Similar functionality and results of it's very popular predecessor, the EV3, the next generation enhancer has 9 windows rather than 4 and is even more ideally suited for situations where there is low light, smoke, haze, fog or rain. It

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Pyser-SGI UK release a portable day/night/thermal observation system.

by Administrator | June 26, 2002

Pyser-SGI of the UK has released a portable day/night/thermal observation system. The DANOS system provides the operative with a temporary or permanent perimeter surveillance system, which when employed in a temporary configuration, can be placed in various locations and linked via their proprietary Multi Sensor Modular System (MSMS) microwave apparatus.

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artifex of the USA recently devised and manufactured two CD-ROM based training packages for Law Enfo

by Administrator | December 28, 2001

artifex of the USA has recently devised and manufactured two CD-ROM based training packages for Law Enforcement and Special Forces operatives.

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PNP Night Vision Scope from Pyser-SGI of the UK has recently been adapted as a weapons Night Sight.

by Administrator | December 28, 2001

The very successful PNP Waterproof & Ruggedised Night Vision Scope from Pyser-SGI of the UK has recently been adapted as a weapons Night Sight. The PNP-/S Night Sight is compatible to mount on all weapon types and is also directly usable for hand-held, NVG face-mask as well as camcorder & SLR applications.

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Canon Australia recently introduced the XL1S digital video camera.

by Administrator | July 26, 2001

Canon Australia has recently introduced the XL1S digital video camera, the long-awaited successor to the groundbreaking XL1 camcorder.

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Litton EOS of the US advises of key advancements that differentiate Gen IV from Gen III

by Administrator | May 14, 2001

Litton EOS of the US advises of key advancements that differentiate Gen IV from Gen III include the removal of an ion-barrier film from the image intensifier tube's microchannel plate and the addition of a gated power supply. (Gen IV sometimes is referred to as "filmless" technology).

These changes have resulted in significantly higher signal-to-noise ratio, superior high light resolution and dramatically reduced halo. With these improvements, the user will see greater detail across a wider range of night light conditions.

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Introduction of Gen IV Night Vision

by Administrator | February 13, 2001

"Generation IV Night Vision technology will offer the end-user a significantly increased signal-to-noise, lower halo and improved resolution. Apparently, it's not going to be cheap and the word is, and at this time, it is anticipated that will be restricted to US Government only.

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