Bering Optics ELF2 2.0x28 Gen. 1 Night Vision Monocular System 2X (BE14028)

Bering optics

$ 149.00 $ 200.00


Bering Optics ELF2 2.0x28 Gen. 1 Night Vision Monocular System 2X (BE14028)



ELF2is  the  most  compact  night  vision  monocular  in  its  class.  The  device  is  6  inches  long weighingless than 9 ounces. ELF2’s ease of use makes it perfect for observational applications. At  200  yardsthe  field  of  view  is  more  than  50yards  which  makes  it  ideal  for  viewing  moving objects.ELF2has a built in powerful IR illuminator that enables clear viewing in low ambient light conditions at ranges up to 50yards. The ergonomically designed, durable, satin textured body is very comfortable and makes the user’s experience much more enjoyable. The lens focusing ring provides a fast, precise and efficient way to quickly refocus the device. In addition, ELF is 15% more energy efficient than its competitors, resulting in a 60-hour battery life.  This is one of the best in its class.



Compact & Lightweight 

60-hour battery life

Wide field of view

Long range viewing

Reliable and easy to use 

Fully multicoated optics 

Built-in ¼” tripod socket

Integrated powerful infrared illuminator



-Nature observation

-Varmint hunting 








Magnification, x - 2.0

Objective lens diameter, mm – 28

Lens system - 39mmF/1.2

FOV at distance 200 yards, ft/m - 246/ 75

Focus range, yards - 0.5 to infinity

Eye relief distance, mm – 12

Diopter adjustment, D - +4, -4

Detection distance (approx.), yard/m - 220/ 200

Overall dimensions, in/mm - 6.10''x3.15''x1.97'' / 155x80x50

Weight, oz/g.8.54/ 242

Tripod socket - one 1/4"

Power supply options - CR-123 battery 3V (one)  

Estimated battery life (w/out IR), hour - up to 60

Operating temperature, °F/°С  - -22 to +113/-30to +45

Water intrusion - Meets IPX4 rating

Humidity, % - up to 93%

Export Restrictions

While all Gen 3 and some Gen 2+ require export licenses, all night vision products are subject to United States Export rules and regulations. Valid export licenses may be issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce or the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, in accordance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation 120-130. No exceptions!!