Nightfox Swift Night Vision Goggles

  • 1x optical magnification
  • 70 metre (75yd) viewing range at night
  • Head mount included in the package
  • Integrated rechargeable battery, charge via USB
  • Super lightweight, just 360 grams (12.7oz)

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​​​​​​The Nightfox Swift is our most versatile unit yet: Wear on your head using the included head strap, or mount to your own tactical helmet. The Swift can also be used as a handheld night vision binocular. With 1x magnification the Swift is designed for close-quarters use. 

There's an integrated 3000mAh lithium rechargeable battery. A charging cable is included, just plug into a phone charger or computer USB port. You can also plug the Swift into a USB portable battery and charge while on the go. 

The Swift has a GoPro-style mounting point on the top of the device. To mount the Swift to a tactical helmet, use camera accessories designed for GoPro.  


  • Fixed Optical Magnification: 1x
  • Adjustable digital magnification: 2x
  • Digital sensor resolution: 640*480
  • Unit dimensions (cm): 130*140*65mm
  • Infrared LED power output: 2 watts
  • Power supply: Built-in Lithium battery
  • Battery Life: 3 hours with mixed IR use
  • Recharge via USB: Yes
  • Recording capability: No
  • Recording resolution: N/A
  • Unit dimensions: 170*140*70mm
  • Unit weight: 360g inc. batteries
  • Viewfinder technology: TFT
  • Screen resolution: 320*240
  • Objective aperature: 20mm
  • Sensor type: CMOS
  • Aspect ratio: 4:3
  • Aperture: F1.4
  • Viewing angle: 34°
  • Viewing distance at night: 70m / 75 yards
  • Wavelength: 850nm

what's included

  • Nightfox Swift digital night vision goggles
  • Head strap
  • Neck strap
  • GoPro-style connector rail mount
  • Micro USB charging cable
  • Instructions (in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian)
  • Gift box
  • Nightfox 18 Month Warranty

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Throughout history, humans have shied away from darkness. Unlike the many species who only emerge once the sun has set, people have extended the comfort of daylight, by gathering around a campfire or retreating to indoor safety. Night vision technology allows humans a glimpse into the night-time happenings to which we are otherwise oblivious. Our digital devices use infrared light to give you clear vision, even on the darkest of nights.