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    Also also do cereal bars with rocks in them. I've just cracked a bl**dy molar

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    I want these:
    Hands on with some surprising $80 night vision goggles
    They are a toy but the review looks good and they are cheap. No idea if they are in the uk or not yet.

    Ohh to be a child again with those....

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    I always wondered if it would be possible to come up with a night vision system based on cameras and small lcd modules and it appears it is.

    When you think there are cameras available with good low light sensitivity why not use those.

    I suppose this is what digital night vision devices are.

    Gen 1 night vision uses chemically coated tubes.

    Ben

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