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Okay. First, the "black and white" mode is known as the Infrared or Thermal Vision. Second, the Prestige Edition DOESN'T come with a code for Modern Warfare 1. It's a code for the original Call of Duty game that was exclusively released on PC only. Get your ish right, Blair.
lol, download code for MW1. Nice mistake. That is why you usually have someone nearby to correct people
He said you could download MW 1, isn't it "Call of Duty Classic" that you can download? The NVGs seem cool, though.
you said the code is for modern warfare 1... i think he meant Call of Duty 1
why do you want this for?????????
Wow. Great lighting.
pretty cool, i guess it would be too expensive to put real night vision goggles in the box; looks like it's just an infrared flashlight. still very cool for $40.
ummm....yea as he said it is a great deal you think something like that would cost a crap load but i guess not.
The NVGs are as he said, a good deal at $40. For gen1 night vision thats pretty cheap. The focus is for those of us who are not graced with perfect vision. The green is traditional for NVGs but the black and white has better contrast and focus. The other switch is not for long or close range but rather low to no light conditions. on the first mode it uses the side for passive viewing of particle light, so little we could never see it. the other mode uses infra red light to supplement the passive. there are about 6 red dots on the front that light with a faint red glow. you need to be close to see them but they are visible. this infra red light gives the NVGs greater range and allow use in no light situations. As far as the batteries I'm on 4 hours with mine and still going, go duracell. All in all great value for $40, if not just for the lulz.
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