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    Panobridge PVS14 Night-vision Binocular Bridge

    I have been lucky enough to have been using the panobridge from Noisefighters for the last several months. I have to say night vision being as cool as it is this definitely adds a lot of field of view. I am very impressed by this product and the MK2 version was even better that my pre production sample.


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    Interesting. I'm curious how this setup doesn't suffer the same problem of giving the user a splitting headache. The conventional way of "increasing" the FOV was to adjust your PD out slightly, but that also causes headaches and is why you're stuck with the conventional two tubes over-lapping and being restricted to the 40* FOV.

    I understand this angles rather than slides, but it seems like the result is the same...you're asking your eyes to separate their movement, and was something mentioned in the video when the tubes were angled too far away from each other as causing an issue.

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    Looks like a decent product but that price point is going to scare people away...
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    Panobridge PVS14 Night-vision Binocular Bridge

    Counter weight is a must

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