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

PNP Night Vision Device for Camcorders

As used by Australian and International media

The PNP Night Vision Device is able to trans­form dark, moonlit, or starlit nights (as low as 10 ‑6 lux) into bright, high resolution scenes easily re­corded by the camera.

The PNP employs a high resolution/sensativity HyperGen image intensifier tube characterised by a high resolution and a clear, bright image with minimal haloing or flaring. It is equipped with its own Infrared LED - type illuminator, which provides additional, close-range covert illumination, when ambient light is insufficient - especially inside buildings etc.

The standard camcorder can be quickly turned into a powerful, effective night-time device, dramatically enhancing your night-time image gathering and observation capability.

Due to the flexible design of the PNP, additional 'C' mount CCTV lenses can be added to facilitate the required zooming/magnification required for various shoot requirements.

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Also available for rental:

Night Vision for ENG Broadcast cameras
Night Vision for dSLR cameras

 

 

PNP Night Vision Device with zoom lens on camcorde
PNP with zoom lens on camcorder

 

VIDEO CLIPS

This footage is supplied to assist you in obtaining an overview of what is achievable with the kit. They don't represent the kit's full capabilities.

60 Minutes Iraq TV segment
Foreign Correspondent Afghanistan TV segment

 

DOWNLOADS
PDF  Document   Kit flyer & price list
PDF Document   
Datasheet
Night Vision Operating Manual
  Operating manual

 

INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENTS CONTROLS

* Australian & New Zealand procurements -
There are dispensations of UK Ministry of Defence export restrictions for resident purchases by non-government end users ~ re-export from Australia requires both Australian Department of Defence licencing (www.defence.gov.au/deco/) and UK Ministry of Defence permissions.


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