Considering how we just wrote about a piece of military hardware, you’d imagine this night vision monocular is for the military too. Well, no. Though it is “military-grade”, the Duovox Ultra is a piece of consumer hardware and a surprisingly affordable one too. I mean, affordable only if you pick it up from Kickstarter where it is having a campaign.

Duovox Ultra Military-grade Night Vision Monocular
Top view of the Duovox Ultra.

With the Duovox Ultra, Duovox once again reminds us how much night vision imaging has been democratized. Duovox is no noob in crowdfunding, btw, and they are certainly not new in manufacturing night vision cameras either. Anyways, the Duovox Ultra is the latest and it is touted as the upgraded version of the brand’s Duovox Mate Pro.

The new Duovox Ultra Military-grade Night Vision Monocular promises even more advanced features and capabilities:

  • Full color at low light: Take full advantage of the Starvis CMOS high-sensitivity sensor and capture your surroundings in vibrant, vivid colors (1080FHD) even at 0.001 lux.
  • Built-in IR: We have upgraded the Duovox Ultra with an 850 NM infrared illuminator, which allows getting a clear vision of your ‘target’ up to 500 meters (1,650 feet) in complete darkness.
  • 128GB storage: Stores 1000 high-quality images and 120 minutes of 1080 Full HD video. Now you’ll never miss out on the best shots ever again!
  • Up to 10 hrs battery: Comes with a powerful in-built 4000mAh rechargeable battery, giving you up to 10 hours of uninterrupted use and up to 5 hours with IR turned on.
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Duovox Ultra Military-grade Night Vision Monocular

If you are keen, you may learn more about the new Duovox Ultra Military-grade Night Vision Monocular on Kickstarter where you can also choose to pre-order a unit by pledging for a product. Super early bird is just US$129 which is 67% off the eventual retail price. But you will want to act on it fast because only 11 units are left at this price point.

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Published by Mike

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