Testing Tubeless Night Vision HFiS BSTFA Against GEN III, White Phosphor, EBAPS, SCMOS and EMCCD.

Testing the latest Tubeless Night Vision BSTFA sensor the HFiS X26 against image intensified NVG systems. Tubeless Night Vision is definitely a reality now. WARNING: YOUTUBE COMPRESSION DISTORTS VIDEO AND ACTUAL RESULTS ARE FAR SUPERIOR TO WHAT IS SHOWN IN THE VIDEO. The old tube systems barely keep up with this new BSTFA technology. This is an amazing new technology we tested that easily defeats all the other low light imaging stuff. This appears to be better than even EBAPS which is just a frankenstein kludge of CMOS and TUBE style night vision. The BSTFA is completely solid state sensor and from the performance we see this is true Tubeless Night Vision. We have seen all the low light CMOS, SCMOS, EMCCD and Digital Night Vision systems out there. While they technically are tubeless night vision they really cant have that title because they dont come anywhere near the performance of the tube systems. Now BSTFA on the other hand is actually superior in many ways from our experience to image intensified tube night vision and really finally deserves the title TUBELESS NIGHT VISION.
These videos are samples from some preliminary testing done at Red Rock Park outside Las Vegas, NV and you can clearly see the advantage of HFiS X26 modules with BSTFA over old fashioned night vision. I would think twice before investing any money in a set of traditional night vision system and I would think really hard about investing any development money into go no where rabbit holes that promise to eventually come up with what we already have.

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