If you are looking for a great gift to incite your children’s creativity, Spy Net Ultra Night Vision Goggles are just the product for you. Produced in China in accordance with top quality regulations, these night goggles present the perfect gift. In the long range mode, the viewing range is about 50 feet, even in total darkness. Another great feature of this product is that they are not just night vision goggles – your child will actually have the opportunity to record video and audio, as well as to take photos. The video camera itself has a 640×480 resolution.
The Spy Net Ultra Vision Goggles are a large hunk of black plastic with a lens and two arrays of infrared LEDs on one end, two eyepieces surrounded by a rubber shield on the other end, and a series of gray, orange, and green switches on the top surrounding a black power switch and a cover for a microSD card slot. A thin strap hangs from the sides of the goggles, letting you wear them around your shoulders. The underside holds a screwed-in battery door that covers a compartment for four AA batteries.
What’s inside the box?
The design of Spy Net Ultra Night Vision Goggles is child-friendly and easy to use. It also includes a strap, making it easy for kids to wear it around their shoulder. The SD card for storing photos and videos is not included in the original packaging, so that is the only thing that you need to buy separately.
Plenty of Controls
A green lever on the top of the goggles switches them into night vision mode, which makes the camera extremely infrared-sensitive and puts a green filter on the picture. This isn’t just a visual trick, though; the goggles are sensitive enough to let you see in complete darkness. The right array of infrared LEDs constantly illuminates (invisibly) anything close to it, and a light switch on the top turns on the left array of infrared LEDs that have a slight red glow and can illuminate with infrared objects further away. I used the goggles in a completely dark room, and I could see it clearly with the left array turned on. The red LEDs illuminate objects too much if they’re close, though, and the invisible LEDs work better in certain situations.
The Spy Net Ultra Night Vision Goggles themselves have some amazing features like day and night modes, which can both be set in three additional visual modes – Thermal-Tech, Ghost Recon, and basic Daytime Surveillance. In the Thermal-Tech mode, the images appear in a red as to simulate thermal vision. The Daytime Surveillance mode offers clear images during the day or at night, while in the Ghost Recon mode your child will be able to capture even the most shadowy of figures. All this features amount to a lot of fun playtime for the kids.