The Cyclops P10 night vision system is now available with the latest Generation 3 filmless tube. Research innovators have now perfected the latest step in night vision technology by removing the ion film barrier within the night vision tube. Previous attempts at removing the film were inaccurately dubbed as “Generation 4” technology by a major company within the industry. In truth, the U.S. military contract was terminated because the process left the tubes too fragile for normal use. Now that the manufacturing process has been perfected, a robust Generation 3, filmless tube is available. The result is a more crisp image with less “halo effect” around bright lights, greater light sensitivity, and generally a greater signal-to-noise ratio. If there truly was an official “Generation 4” designation, this would be it. In addition, this version of the PVS-14 utilizes a white phosphor tube which projects in black and white. Gradations of black and white are preferred over the traditional green color by many who report the new white phosphor tubes are less straining to the eyes during extended viewing and users are able to detect a greater range of detail and contrast over green.
Built for clarity and distance, the Cyclops P10 utilizes a powerful and unique 10x objective lens. The Cyclops long range night vision monocular can acquire targets in excess of 2500 yards. Extremely lightweight and rugged, the versatile P10 combines military spec components of a PVS-14 scope and a high-resolution, all-glass, 10x lens assembly for optimal light transference in a variety of conditions. The Cyclops P10 can be tripod mounted for added stability and is camera adaptable and has a built-in IR illuminator.