And here is why I wanted to know if someone has used it with NV.
A big part of the reason The Aurora works is because the night mode removes the IR cut filter, but for afocal with night vision, that does not mean anything because the emission of P43 and P45 is very narrow band.
P43 Is centered on about 550nm, but it it only emits from about 540nm to about 560nm, so this narrow spectrum is the only light available to the chip.
P43 Is multi-spectrum, most of the image brightness comes from peaks at 380nm, 420nm, and 550nm, but with some smaller transmission at some other spots, but below 600nm, there is very little emission.
So it would seem like the "night" mode would not really do anything for NV use making that setting really kind of meaningless because neither P43 or P45 emit at the longer wavelengths and the SiOnyx is sensitive down to something like 1100nm.
So, the question is how would the SiOnyx do if it were used to try to capture real time images from the NV device so I could share with others. I am not really interested in how it would do with a long exposure. I can do that with my cell phone.
Edited by Eddgie, 25 October 2019 - 04:42 PM.