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Digital Night Vision Weapon Sights

  • Digital Night Vision Weapon Sights
  • Digital Night Vision Weapon Sights


The Armasight Drone Pro Digital Night Vision Riflescope is one of the most advanced scopes in its class. The CCD imaging system  is sensitive to both near-infrared and visible light, to provide round-the-clock and all weather target detection and discrimination. The Drone PRO is effective regardless of light conditions - in daylight, natural lighting, and at night time.

A key feature is that it is equipped with a standard NTSC/PAL video input/output function that makes it possible to connect to an external video monitor, or to record images for field documentation or training purposes. To accommodate individual user needs, the Drone PRO has a variety of digitally controlled options, including customizable display brightness, reticle pattern, and reticle color. The quick-release mount of the Drone PRO fits any Picatinny, or Weaver weapon rail. The mount’s lever-cam clamping device ensures easy, quick, and reliable mounting and removal.


  • 10x optical magnification
  • High-performance CCD camera
  • Bright-light tolerance
  • Lightweight and robust design
  • Easy to operate
  • Manually adjustable eyepiece and objective lens
  • Real-time display
  • Digitally controlled features:
  •  Adjustable display brightness
  • Selectable 7-pattern reticle, including a “no reticle” option
  • Reticle color inversion (Black/White)
  • Windage/Elevation bore sighting
  • Manually adjustable eyepiece and objective lens
  • Current operational state information display (battery status, active function etc.)
  • Wireless remote control
  • Analog video input (NTSC/PAL) and output (PAL)
  • Powered by two standard CR123A batteries or CR123 type rechargeable batteries (max 3.7 volts each)
  • Power input capability
  • Digital video recorder (optional)
  • Fits any Picatinny and Weaver rail with an adjustable quick-release mount
  • Serviceability under severe conditions