ATN Viper 1 Night Vision Goggles

Priced: $199.88 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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ATN Viper 1 Night Vision Goggles -
If you're looking for a night vision goggle that's effective, but relatively inexpensive to own, check out the ATN Viper. It is designed primarily as a goggle system for hands-free operation, but it can also be used as a compact monocular or attached to a camera for night time photography. The Viper is a high-resolution 1st Gen.+ night vision unit that comes with a coated 35mm F1.0 glass lens capable of 1x magnification, and the option of being 4x or 8x.


  • First Generation+
  • Designed as goggles but can use as monocular
  • Lightweight and compact
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ATN Viper 1 Night Vision Goggles Reviews:

Negative Reviews:

Did not perform as expected

Very blurry no matter how much I messed with both focus points. Illuminator would only work sporadically but still very minimal distance. Could not use with gun sights because too dark without illuminator but with illuminator the reflection off the gun was so bright as to blind all distance vision. Very small field of view. No better than toy night vision available for kids at discount stores. Cabala's gave full refund. Maybe higher cost NV is better.
ohiobiggun at Cabelas on 10/22/2013

Small aperture / field of view

Found it difficult to walk to my deer stand using these in the predawn light. Gen 1 is fuzzy, aperture is tiny, like looking thru a straw.
Medicgray at Cabelas on 11/27/2012

Neutral Reviews:

I'll admit...

...I bought this product with the hope of using it in airsoft night games. It was obviously not made for such circumstances so when I realized the infrared light above my forehead was giving me away every game instead of giving other players away I realized how badly I had failed.
If you're hunting animals...with like what seems to be practically a 7 foot range of vision, then this is the product for you. If you want distance or are trying to sneak/surprise people, then this is not.
All the equipment and headset was fine and it all in all worked as described.
Nein at Cabelas on 10/07/2008


Overall ok. You get what you pay for. Goggles are not good for stalking. But for sitting and ambushing, work fine. I use them for spotting, then I use a night vision scope for the shot.
usaalltheway at Cabelas on 11/03/2009