Sofradir-EC 9350BRAC-EX3-PRO Night Vision Gen 3 Module for Sony EX3 Camcorder

SKU: SOF915050 MFR: 915050

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List Price: $7,000.00

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About Sofradir-EC 915050

The Electrophysics 9350BRAC-EX3-PRO Night Vision Gen 3 Module is for use on the Sony PMW-EX3 camcorder. This system threads onto the front of the Sony PMW-EX3 camcorder's lens. A front c-mount lens is required for the night vision module for operation. The Electrophysics provides your camera with the ability to produce high resolution full-frame images under adverse lighting conditions. The rugged and compact design makes it ideal for demanding applications. Fitted with a high-performance 3rd generation image intensifier, the Electrophysics significantly enhances your camera's low-light capabilities.

Your high definition camera can now take on a more valuable role in all your security concerns. The Electrophysics's ability to capture images in low light that provide facial recognition and vehicle registration identification ensures your ability to execute wide area surveillance and long range detection. You can secure any perimeter, shut down border crossings and render any 'line in the sand' impenetrable.

Sofradir-EC 915050 Features

  • Designed for use with a Sony PMW-EX3 Camcorder
  • Threads onto the front of the camcorder's lens
  • Lightweight, non-reflective, black epoxy-coated aluminum housing
  • 3rd Generation Intensifier Tube: While 2nd generation night vision works well in most applications, 3rd generation night vision will outperform it in all situations. With a 3rd generation NVD, your image will be crisper and clearer with a decreased level of bright light blooming
  • Export of this product outside of the United States of America is not allowed and is controlled by the US Department of State
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