Wirelessly stream to a smart device via the sionyx app IP67 water-resistant; built for open water conditions Easily mount or remove the device when not using Affordable night vision starting at $999Shop Now
All it takes is a SIONYX night vision camera and an iPad or Android tablet (or phone) and you can be streaming full color night vision back to your helm station. In just a few seconds, you can mount the SIONYX camera anywhere on your boat and wirelessly stream back to your iPad at the helm.
The SIONYX night vision sensor and optics provide long range visibility as far as your eye can see.
Boaters typically use the SIONYX either as a handheld monocular or they mount the camera and stream the night vision signal back to a tablet at the helm.
All SIONYX camera are IP67 water-resistant so these cameras are built for wet coastal environments.
When safety matters most, trust Aurora to guide you without worrying about unseen debris, channel markers, and vessels. We sat down with Captain Dan, owner of ElevateYacht to discuss the advantages that digital night vision offers.
Check out our Aurora shootout with a $5k Flir Thermal camera. See how easy it is to mount the Aurora camera and stream it to a screen at your centre console for nighttime navigation.
Watch us navigate 6 miles back to Adrenaline at NIGHT (thanks to the help of our night vision camera!).
Marine Electronics & Technology Guide 2020 - Sionyx Aurora Sport review with Randy Vance.
Sionyx Sport camera shootout vs GoPro, iPhone 11 & Thermal, with Centre Consoles Only.
Captains report of the Sionyx Aurora Sport night vision camera.
Check out our shoot out between Sionyx Aurora and GoPro Hero5 in Night Mode.
Pulling into our boat slip at midnight. See the difference between GoPro & the Aurora color night vision camera.
Heading out of the harbor at 10pm, catching Red Snapper about 30 miles off shore.
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