Budget Night Video - Night time and Low Light Video Production Gear

Need to shoot video at night, in low light, or in total darkness? We have high definition infrared video cameras, Sony HVR-A1U and HVR-HD1000U cameras with NightShot, Litepanels infrared lights, night vision lens adapters, and accessories. Rent Canon DSLR cameras and lenses with Astroscope image intensifiers. We also have Astroscope image intensifiers for Sony ENG cameras with 2/3" mounts. We have everything you need to shoot video in the dark! Read How Night Vision Works.

Rent HD cameras and lenses, monitors, lights, camera support, and any accessories necessary for your nighttime production. Shoot in the dark! Call us TOLL FREE 800-772-1111 to set up your custom infrared or night vision production package. For all of your production needs, please visit BudgetVideo.com

Astroscope Night Vision Sony Mount
Astroscope Night Vision Sony Mount
Astroscope Night Vision Adapter for Canon
Astroscope Night Vision Adapter for Canon
Astroscope Night Vision Adapter for Nikon
Astroscope Night Vision Adapter for Nikon
Astroscope Night Vision Adapter for Sony Z7U
Astroscope Night Vision Adapter for Sony Z7U
Sony HVR-HD1000U 1080i HDV Camcorder
Sony HVR-HD1000U 1080i HDV Camcorder
Panasonic AG-HMC150 AVCCAM 24p HD
Panasonic AG-HMC150 AVCCAM 24p HD
Litepanels 1 Lite Infrared Kit
Litepanels 1 Lite Infrared Kit
Litepanels 2 Lite Infrared Kit
Litepanels 2 Lite Infrared Kit


Astroscope Night Vision Adapters

Rent night vision 
          cameras and adapters from BudgetImage intensifiers amplify the available light to achieve better vision. An objective lens focuses available light on the photocathode of an image intensifier. The light energy causes electrons to be released from the cathode which are accelerated by an electric field to increase their speed. These electrons bounce off the internal, specially-coated walls which generate more electrons as the electrons bounce through. This creates a denser "cloud" of electrons representing an intensified version of the original image. The visual light shows the desired view to the user or to an attached photographic camera or video device. A green phosphor is used in these applications because the human eye can differentiate more shades of green than any other color, allowing for greater differentiation of objects in the picture.