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Laser Rangefinder:Yes - Rangefinder
IR Light Wavelength:850nm - Goes Further Brighter Clearer

New 2023 Model

The PARD NV007 SP attaches to the back of your existing Day Scope so its easy to move between Rifles and the Zero is Retained

Range 400m+ or more with the inbuilt IR (850nm Model) – more with a external IR check out the How Far Can I see videos

The Pard NV007SP is a rear mounted digital night vision clip-on, and the latest addition to the NV007 series. Featuring an extremely sensitive 2560x1440 CMOS sensor and advanced technology. Convert your daytime optic into a night vision system in only seconds. It's quick and effortless to attach and remove from your existing scope.

The NV007SP is an excellent solution for those that want to hunt during the day and quickly convert to night vision for shooting at night. See what you have been missing. recoil tested to withstand. The NV007SP is streamlined with a overall length of only 3.75", and easily mounts to your current scope with the included adaptor.

Due to the height of the elevation turrets on the following scopes the LRF won't get past them - they both have very very high turrets

You can of course just turn the 007 SP to be offset

  • Element Titan 5-25 x 56 FFP
  • Zeiss S5 5-25
  • Meopta MeoPro Optika6 3-18x50 FFP RD MRAD 1

Uses rechargeable 18650 Batteries (1 is included) - Requires a Charger


Overview of the 007 SP

850 or 940?

850nm is the standard IR Illuminator, this has the small red glow and maybe seen by some animals. 850 gives the most range of the 2 options

940nm is a higher wavelength and is not visible to animals; its sometimes called stealth or covert - it doesn't have the red glow, but the trade off is less range

Can I have both - No not in the 007 itself; you have however use a external torch in the other wavelength to cover all your bases of range, size and stealth

How Far Can I see?

We have tested the 007 with a number of scopes, Zeiss V4, Nightforce SHV Meopta Optika 6 to name a few. The overall performance of the scope depends on a number of factors:

Amount of Moon LightScope Coatings, Design, Objective SizeIf the scope has Parallax Control (See below)Amount of IR Light usedAtmospheric conditions

So how far can I see - well, watch this video and see that on a Dark Night (Dumb night to do a range test) with a mid range scope Meopta Optika 6 3-18x50 we get over 400m from the 850 and the 940nm version reached 400m

If you use a Cannon external laser over 700m

Note this is the older S model

Note on Parallax

A parallax adjustable rifle scope is required to get the best image from the unit - Fixed Parallax scopes are typically set for 50-100m and they still work however 

We recommend that you watch this video below

Also watch the next video on how you can work around it to a degree

Parallax What Happens

What can I do if I don't have a Parallax Controllable Scope

First Focal Plane Scopes – Do they work

Yes they sure do

Here is a Nightforce NX8 in the video

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