Premium Optics + Advanced Sensor Technology
Unrivaled Night Vision Performance
With Augmented Reality & 2-Year Warranty
Designed especially for the PRO user
Push the boundaries of what’s visible by recording your adventures night & day in color. Durable, water resistant and designed with extreme environments in mind, Aurora Pro enhances personal safety while capturing all the excitement under near moonless starlight.
A New Vision: Augmented Reality
Experience your surroundings by setting waypoints and creating teams using Team Mode in AR. Whether you’re doing military simulation or setting up an airsoft team – you can see where your team members are located and how far away they are from you with the use of your Aurora.
|SENSOR||Enhanced Ultra Low-Light CMOS|
|NIGHT VISION||Moonless Starlight|
|DISPLAY||Color or Monochrome|
|LENS||f/1.4 (Night), f/2 (Twilight), f/5.6 (Day) – 16mm|
|VIDEO||720p • .MOV|
|FPS||7.5, 15, 24, 30, 60, Slo Mo|
|Shutter Speeds||1.5″, 1″, 1/2″, 1/4″, 1/7.5″, 1/15″, 1/30″, 1/60″, 1/120″,
1/240″, 1/480″, 1/1000″, 1/2000″, 1/4000″, 1/8000″
|CONNECTIVITY||WiFi, USB 2.0|
|STORAGE||Supports up to 256 GB (comes included with 32GB MicroSD card)|
|VIEWFINDER||Micro OLED Display|
|BATTERY||Rechargeable 2h continuous|
|PHONE OS||iOS, Android|
|APPS||Remote live view, record, download, share|
SEEING IS BELIEVING
Our patented ultra low-light sensor technology enables you to see things the human eye can’t, then record these incredible experiences.
Day-only use cameras are capable of higher resolution–while still remaining physically small– because they only need very small pixels. But true night vision requires big pixels. That means night vision at higher resolution would require a sensor at least double Aurora’s 1” size, a much larger lens (goodbye portability) and a budget busting price tag of more than 10x Aurora’s current cost.
Aurora is affordable access to action through advanced technology that captures the adventures of your days and your nights, truly.
High resolution day only cameras have small pixels and sensor sizes, usually 4 to 5 mm. However, good night vision requires a larger sensor and big pixels. Very high resolution with big pixels require a very big sensor and an equally large lens — goodbye portability — and a budget busting price tag of more than 10x Aurora’s current cost.