night-vision


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night-vision

adj
of or relating to the ability to see in darkness, either by natural, biological, or technological means
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night-vision

[ˈnaɪtvɪʒən] ADJ [goggles, binoculars, equipment] → de vigilancia nocturna
see also night B
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Sharp has introduced new LZ0P420A Infrared Color Night-Vision Camera.
He and his instructor, Jared Douglas, assistant chief flight instructor at Leading Edge Aviation, were wearing night-vision goggles, which provide a green, monochromatic view of the world.
Night-vision system was first used by the military then adopted by upscale passenger cars over 10 years ago.
Ideally, I'd like one which has audio recording as well as clear night-vision for under pounds 200.
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Detection in color--rather than the universal green produced by standard night-vision systems--increases the soldier's ability to find the enemy and helps reduce the probability of fratricide, said Jonathan Walkenstein, of CANVS Corp.
Aurora Tactical LLC, a night-vision equipment integrator and tactical-weapons distributor in Springdale, is on the verge of offering its own high-end digital night-vision devices that leverage new technology.
Police often don night-vision goggles to sleuth out criminals in the dark.
Army a new helmet-mounted night-vision goggle system that combines visible, low-light, and infrared imagery for all-weather use in darkness and in other visibility-limiting conditions.
Company) (Nasdaq:IVAC) has delivered first pilot production quantities of its compact digital night-vision camera module for use in a NATO defense customer's head-mounted night-vision system.
The Spy Video Car allows the children to enjoy the "real life" perspective of driving from inside the car or to play secret agent with night-vision capabilities.