Leupold recently released a new version of its popular DeltaPoint Pro reflex sight, now with night vision capability. The DeltaPoint Pro Night Vision features two new illuminations settings, fine tuning the red dot for night vision use.
Leupold DeltaPoint Pro Night Vision
The new optic comes in both Matte and Flat Dark Earth (FDE) finishes. While the original DeltaPoint works with legacy NV devices, the updated DeltaPoint Pro adds flexibility for all systems, including the most advanced technologies, according to Leupold. The optic feature 10 brightness settings. Meanwhile, the two lowest settings and highest singular brightness settings offer fine-tuning capability.
“Shooters asked for an adaptable red dot sight that could support modern white phosphorous night vision equipment, we delivered that with the DeltaPoint Pro NV,” said Tim Lesser, Vice President of Product Development for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “The DP Pro is the fastest, toughest red dot on the market, and the original model was compatible with some night vision configurations – but not all of them. The new NV model ensures that you’ll be able to call on the DeltaPoint’s unparalleled performance no matter what gear you’re running.”
The DeltaPoint Pro NV delivers professional-grade operation. It deliver true-to-life color consistency and premium edge-to-edge clarity. Its design creates an incredible field-of-view to open up peripherals, according to Leupold. It allows shooters to get on target fast. Further, it disperses recoil energy for maximum durability in an ultra-light construction.
The optics also uses the company’s battery-saving Motion Sensor Technology. The system puts the sight in standby after five minutes of inactivity. When the MST detects motion, it instantly activates. A manual mode allows the sight to shut off when not in use.
For law enforcement and military work, the DeltaPoint Pro just got a little bit better. For more information, visit leupold.com.
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