Visit Photonis at Modern Day Marine 2019 in Quantico, VA. Modern Day Marine takes place September 17-19, make sure you stop by booth 1018 to visit Photonis!
Modern Day Marine is co-sponsored annually by the Marine Corps Base, Quantico which also serves as the Exposition’s home base. MCB Quantico is home to the Combat Development Command and the Marine Corps Systems Command. Both units are responsible for setting requirements, developing equipment and systems as well as purchasing the equipment and systems that the Marine Corps will rely on in the years to come. Due to the vital and unique functions of both the Combat Development Command and the Marine Corps Command, Modern Day Marine is positioned as the premier military equipment, systems, services, and technology exposition.
Photonis is the leader in the design and manufacture of state-of-the-art image intensifier tubes for military applications. Read more about our solutions supporting the military below and be sure to come to visit us at booth number 1018 at the show.
4G Image Intensifier Tubes
Photonis 4G Image Intensifier Tubes will provide you with a distinct advantage in any situation, whether you are under the cover of complete darkness or located in unknown terrain. The 4G standard is the latest technology in intensified night vision and is specifically designed to address the stringent requirements for special forces operators offering the smallest halo and unrivaled spectral range from ultraviolet to near infrared. With 4G Night Vision technology from Photonis, you will have improved resolution, extended bandwidth, and reduced halo size to increase DRI by up to 40%.
Nocturn ™ 24/7 Versatile Imaging
Photonis NOCTURN™ cameras are equipped with one of two patented digital CMOS imaging sensors – the Lynx sensor for monochrome output or the Kameleon sensor for full color even in very dark conditions. Our award-winning CMOS technology featured in our NOCTURN™ cameras allows users to have crystal clear images, day through night. These solid-state CMOS sensors provide excellent imaging from daylight to low-light levels – such as those found in a quarter moon. Photonis CMOS sensors have successfully been used in handheld observation devices, digital sights, vehicle situational awareness devices, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) cameras and more.