AstroScope 9323B Night Vision Module for ENG/EFP Broadcast Cameras
“Used by the majority of the world’s news broadcasters including CNN, NBC, American ABC, CBS, FOX News, MSNBC, BBC, Headline and the like in addition to many producers of natural history documentaries such as National Geographic & Discovery Channel”.
The AstroScope Night Vision Module is able to transform dark, moonlit, or starlit nights (as low as 10‑6 lux) into bright, high resolution scenes easily recorded by the camera without the characteristic vignetting/'port-holing' as experienced with Night Vision Devices.
Same day dispatch of Night Vision Module in most instances.The Night Vision Module utilises the latest US Gen III FOM1250 Defence Grade Image Intensification technology, resulting in unparalleled 64lp/mm & totally unblemished high resolution imaging!!
The 9323 broadcast Night Vision Module is specifically designed for ENG / EFP 2/3" B4 cameras and delivers the highest quality night time video images available to professional broadcasters. Mounted between the camera and the lens, the module amplifies low-light scenes so they are easily viewed and recorded by the host camera.
No batteries are required as the energy efficient AstroScope 9323 Night Vision Module draws minimal power from the camera's rechargeable battery vis the lens cable connection.
The heart of the 9323B Night Vision Module is the Gen III light amplifier, an electro-optical device with communication electronics that ensure proper interface between the camera and the lens. This light amplifier transforms dark, moonlit or starlit nights into bright, high-resolution scenes easily recorded by the camera's daylight sensor. The AstroScope 9323B Night Vision Module extends the camera's usable light range without any drawbacks.
Electronic News Gathering
Entertainment Program Production
"if it’s green and on the screen, it’s off an AstroScope”
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