Whether you're chasing coyotes or hunting hogs, the SiOnyx Aurora gives you a huge advantage. Use it as a handheld monocular, mount it on a tripod or run it inline with your scope, the Aurora does it all.
Pairing a SiOnyx digital night vision camera with your red dot or magnified optic allows you to extend your hunt deep into the darkness, all without the need to re-zero your primary optic. Hit the record button and capture that epic shot.
For just $699, you can be up and running with a high-performance color night vision system that's easily interchangeable between your hunting rifles with the simple throw of a quick release lever.
The Sionyx night vision sensor and optics provide long range visibility as far as the eye can see. Pair it with a 3x magnifier to extend your capability.
Pair it with your scope/red dot optic or mount it to your helmet for hands-free use. Pair it with an InfraRed laser aiming device for a more dynamic experience.
All SiOnyx night vision devices are IP67-rated for water-resistance. Our devices are built to thrive in water saturated environments.
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Witness the Aurora's versatility and outstanding night vision quality for a range of shooting applications.
Hunting with SIONYX Aurora Night Vision
To Rena, hunting is second nature. Rena discusses how the Aurora has enhanced her night time abilities before, during, and after a successful hunt.
WE ARE AMAZED AT THE AURORA’S CAPABILITIES. IT ALLOWS HUNTERS TO FILM IN CONDITIONS THAT WERE PREVIOUSLY IMPOSSIBLE TO FILM IN.
Jackie Bushman, Founder & CEO
THE AURORA’S CLARITY AT NIGHT WITH NO ARTIFICIAL LIGHT AND JUST STRAIGHT MOONLIGHT IS 100% CLEAR TO SEE YOUR TARGET.
Texas Bottom Land Night Hunts
WHEN YOU LOOK THROUGH THE AURORA AT NIGHT IT’S LIKE IT’S DAYTIME WHILE IT’S PITCH BLACK OUTSIDE. INCREDIBLE DEVICE - RANGE IS GOOD AND QUALITY IS EXCEPTIONAL.
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Our current camera line-up includes (1) Aurora Sport (2) Aurora Black (3) Aurora Standard and (4) Aurora Pro.
The Aurora Sport (white) is our entry level night vision camera designed for coastal environments. This Sport has the same optical lens and night vision sensor as the Aurora (black). This camera does not include GPS, is not weapons-rated and does not have loop mode. Additionally, the Aurora Sport includes a 1 year warranty, instead of the 2-year warranty we offer on the Aurora Standard or Pro.
The Aurora Black was made in response to market demand for a low-cost tactical night vision optic. Designed for rugged conditions, the Aurora Black has been tested on an M4 up to 4,000 rounds of .223 / 5.56. The Aurora Black does not include GPS functions and has a 2-year warranty.
The Aurora Standard (black/green) is the world's first color digital night vision camera. The Aurora (Standard) is one of our most advanced cameras and comes with an integrated compass, GPS, accelerometer and is augmented reality (AR) capable. The Sport, Black, and Standard all include our patented ultra low-light sensor that empowers the viewer to see in full color down to 2 millilux or near moonless-starlight conditions.
The Aurora Pro is our flagship full color digital night vision optic. The Pro is our latest development with both new sensor technology and enhanced optics giving the viewer the most advanced digital night vision capabilities. The Pro has all of the Aurora features you’ll need including GPS compass, weapons rated for .223/5.56, and is Augmented Reality (AR) capable. The Pro was designed with extreme environments in mind and has all of the great recording and streaming functionality as the rest of the Aurora line.
The Aurora and Aurora PRO are both weapons-rated. The Aurora and Aurora PRO have been tested on an M4 A5-15 style rifle platform with .223/5.56 caliber at 4,000 rounds. You can mount SiOnyx cameras with a Picatinny rail mount using the 1/4”-20 standard mount to nearly any firearm, with the exception of shotguns and air rifles. The Aurora Sport is not rated for any type for weapon use.
Yes, you can mount your SiOnyx with an existing optic setup. When pairing with an optic, you can either place the SiOnyx in front of the optic or behind, depending on your personal preference. The camera will sit at 1.5” off the rail with our Picatinny rail mount.
We've found that many of our users prefer to pair the SiOnyx with a 1x or 3x scope, mounting the SiOnyx in front of the scope.