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Sightmark Introduces Compact Digital Night Vision Unit

Mansfield, TX-The Sightmark Ghost Hunter Night Vision Monocular is an exciting new addition to the Sightmark brand, great for prolonged observation on dark nights. Equipped with a high-power infrared illuminator, the user gets a bright, clear image no matter how dark the conditions, while its compact body makes for easy travel. This monocular has a high powered infrared illuminator recommended for use in low-ambient light conditions or total darkness.

The Ghost Hunter Night Vision Monocular features lightweight, durable polymer construction that is built for endurance, and a two times magnification lens, which lends itself well to close range observation. The Ghost Hunter Night Vision Monocular includes an automatic shut-off feature that turns off the unit when exposed to bright light sources, saving the night vision tube and ensuring years of operation.

“The Ghost Hunter 2×24 Night Vision Monocular is the work horse of the Ghost Hunter series,” said James Sellers, president of Sightmark. “This unit is quick and easy to operate with a military inspired design, that can be hand held or rifle mounted, ensuring versatility.”

The Sightmark Ghost Hunter 2×24 night vision monocular is a must have tool for hunting, tourism, or search and rescue and allows the user to estimate the distance of any object easily and accurately, which is perfect for viewing objects in motion.

Sightmark products are inspired by advanced military and law enforcement technology. Sightmark manufactures award-winning products that include riflescopes, gun sights, laser sights, night vision, rangefinders, flashlights, boresights, and other shooting accessories. Sightmark takes pride in bringing the highest quality tactical, competition shooting, and hunting accessories to the shooting enthusiast. For more information on Sightmark’s products, log on to www.sightmark.com. Please contact Sarah Tajvar at stajvar@sellmark.net or 817.225.0310×113 for any additional information.

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