Firefield N-Vader (Nvader) 3-9x Digital Night Vision Monocular 640x480 (FF18066)


$ 149.94 $ 164.93

Firefield N-Vader (Nvader) 3-9x Digital Night Vision Monocular 640x480 (FF18066)




The N-Vader 3-9x Digital Night Vision Monocular from Firefield is a handheld optic for low-light and nighttime observations. This digital night vision device is a lightweight and cost-effective solution for hunters and hikers as well as a useful tool to have around the home. A color display and adjustable gain complement the monocular's built-in long-range IR illuminator. The IR illuminator allows the N-Vader to paint the observer's field of view with infrared light, which comes in handy on moonless nights and when used indoors. A video output port allows the transmitted image to be monitored or recorded at 640x480 native resolution.

3x optics with up to 9x magnification using digital zoom; 7° angle of view
Manual gain control for adjusting image brightness
Built-in 850nm 1000mW infrared illuminator for long-range illumination
Video output for 640x480 native resolution
96x46 color display
Weighs less than 12 oz


Product Highlights

  • Digital Image Sensor
  • 640x480 Resolution
  • 3-9x Magnification
  • Manual Gain Control
  • Built-In 1000mW Infrared Illuminator
  • 7° Angle of View
  • 96x46 Color Display
  • 640x480 Video Output
  • Uses (4) AA Batteries



Sensor 640 x 480 digital night vision
Magnification 3.0x
Digital Zoom 3.0x
Angle of View 7° (horizontal)
Objective Lens Diameter 14 mm
Eye Relief 10 mm
Exit Pupil 5 mm
Infrared Illuminator 850nm 1000mW
Video Output 640 x 480
Display Resolution 96 x 46
Power Supply (4) AA battery
Dimensions 5.7 x 3.5 x 2" (14 x 9 x 5 cm)
Weight (with Batteries) 11.6 oz (329 g)


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!!