Night vision equipment

September 1996
Astronomy;Sep96, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p90
Features the night vision viewers sold by Bausch & Lomb Sports Optics. Dimensions and weight of the Night Ranger 150 Monocular and the Night Ranger 250; Optics yield; Water resistance; Automatic brightness shutoff feature; Price.


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