New MINOX NV 351 Produces Sharp Nighttime Images with 2.5x Magnification

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posted on August 16, 2011
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Thanks to advanced illuminator technology, it delivers sharp images from twilight through full night with 2.5x magnification.

"The light-amplifying illuminator of our NV 351 provides perfect orientation at night, and a clear image even if there is no moon," said Thorsten Kortemeier, executive chairman. "With a range of 230 feet, it lets you pick up far-off objects even in total darkness."

Easy to carry and use because it is so lightweight (12 oz.) and compact (just 6-3/4"x3-1/8"x2"), the NV 351 allows noise-free and discreet observations, using just one hand. With its robust, weatherproof design, it performs in any conditions and temperature fluctuations from -22º to 122º F. The eyepiece is designed to give eyeglass wearers the full field of view. And there's a tripod socket for extended viewing.

The MINOX NV 351, complete with a handy carrying case and batteries, has a retail price of $399.

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