There are different types of night vision equipment – night vision goggles, ITT night vision, thermal night vision, night vision binoculars and monoculars, and night vision digital cameras (both still and video). There are many variants coming out on the market all the time, day by day, year after year, as technology advances further and further towards the future.
The first thing that might strike one's mind is that night vision equipment might be a spy thing in an action film. But they are real. There are many instances in which night vision equipment can come in handy. For example, with suitable night vision equipment, one can see a person standing over 200 feet away in complete darkness. This can be useful in many applications and scenarios, such as military use. But personal use is also a popular mode of night vision equipment. Neverheless, night vision equipment can be utilized to work in two very different ways, depending on the technology that is implemented. Night vision equipment can work in two very different ways, depending on the technology that is implemented. One is image enhancement, and the other is thermal imaging. These are just the two basic types of night vision equipment; there are variations you should check out when making your selection.
Usually, every night vision scope has an image intensifier which is considered to be the absolute state-of-the-art in night vision technology. This has come with the introduction of the technology of DEP XD-4 Image Intensifier – the latest in European standards.