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- THE WORLD'S MOST ADVANCED COLOR NIGHT VISION MONOCULAR - Ultra low-light IR sensor technology made for hunting, boating, outdoor, tactical and military applications.
- COMES WITH PICATINNY RAIL MOUNT - Mount the picatinny rail mount optimizing a 1/4”-20 standard mount. Providing you with a true night vision scope (use before or after scope). Use two Auroras as flip down night vision googles / night vision binoculars.
- LONG RANGE IR NIGHT VISION IN MONOCHROME OR COLOR - Near moonless starlight capable for peerless night-time performance, as far as the eye can see. Incomparable infrared night vision in full color.
- WATER RESISTANT (IP67 RATED) & TIME LAPSE FUNCTIONALITY - Camera can be submerged in water 3 feet for up to 30 minutes & you can turn a whole night into a short, shareable moment, using time-lapse. 1 Lithium-ion battery included. 16mm f/1.4, f2.0, f5.6 lens. 2 year warranty.
REMOTE VIEWING FUNCTIONALITY - Sync to smart device via the SIONYX app for wireless video streaming . Can be used as trail camera / game camera / hunting camera / boating navigation device.
Capture Epic Starlight Adventures In The Great Outdoors With SIONYX Night Vision Monoculars
Digital night vision has made leaps and bounds the last 2 years and the SIONYX Aurora Sport, Black & Aurora are rated for near moonless starlight conditions.
The SIONYX ir night vision sensor and optics provide long range visibility as far as your eye can see, whether you're trekking, hunting or enjoying tactical pursuits such as Mil-Sim / Airsoft.
Become An Apex Night Hunter With Our Ultra Low-Light IR Night Vision Cameras
Whether you're chasing coyotes or hunting hogs, SIONYX Aurora gives you a huge advantage. Use it as a handheld monocular, mount it on a tripod or run it inline with your scope / red dot, the Aurora does it all. you can be up and running with a high-performance color night vision system that's easily interchangeable between your hunting rifles with the simple throw of a quick release lever.
Pair With Your Red Dot or Magnified Optic To Enhance Your Low Light Hunting Prowess
Pairing a SIONYX digital night vision camera with your red dot or magnified optic allows you to extend your hunt deep into the darkness, all without the need to re-zero your primary optic / scope. Hit the record button and capture that epic shot, with the Aurora's recoil-activated capture feature.
Rifle Mounted Or Flip-Down Color Night Vision Devices for Serious Mil-Sim / Airsoft Operators
Add night vision to your Picatinny rail or dovetail helmet mount. The SIONYX Aurora and Aurora Black are rifle-rated at 4,000 rounds on an M4 platform with 5.56. Add a 940nm laser or IR illuminator and there is nothing your SIONYX can't do. Add a 1064nm light or laser and you’ll see things that Gen3 White Phos cannot.
QUICK START GUIDE
Get Set For The Dark
Welcome to full-color night vision! The Aurora action cameras offer features unavailable in any other consumer camera.
In addition to true night vision, both cameras are daytime action cameras. Features include: still images or video, built-in wifi, Compass & GPS (Aurora Only) and a rechargeable battery, among many others. All cameras are IP67-rated water and dust resistant (trust us, that's good!).
BEFORE YOU START:
***FULLY CHARGE THE BATTERY BEFORE FIRST USE*** (CHARGE WITH THE INCLUDED MICRO USB-B CHORD) - Nobody wants to get 5 minutes of footage before the fun stops!
AURORA REQUIRES A MICRO SD CARD (FOR IMAGE CAPTURE) - Get a fast one, Class 10 or UHS-1, 32GB Max (an SD Card is included with the Aurora But Not with Aurora Black or Aurora Sport)
REMOVE THE VIEWFINDER TO LOAD THE SD CARD & BATTERY - Always shake off any moisture and towel dry before removing the viewfinder.
SCENE RING (TOP OF CAMERA) - Daytime (use for Sun or clouds) Twilight (approximately 1hr before sunrise and 1hr after sunset) Night (Full night vision).
FOCUS RING - Set the focus manually, according to 'distance to subject'. For best focusing, estimate the distance where the action will occur. Set that distance (in meters) on the focus scale.