Aurora: World’s 1st Day/Night Camera with True Night Vision

Aurora: World's 1st Day/Night Camera with True Night Vision 1

Cameras plays a crucial role in our lives these days and at some point, we all are surrounded by lens wherever we go. And yes, they click a lot a picture, selfies, portrait, bokeh etc. there are many of them. But one thing that they lack is the ability to click the clear picture in the night. The low light imaging feature in smartphone might be good but not as good as this camera, that we just found.

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The world’s first action camera with real night vision; Aurora, is one amazing camera to have. SiOnyx is the platform that represents a breakthrough in the development of high performing photonic devices at very reasonable prices. Aurora is capable of allowing users to view and record subjects 24 hours with the true colour night vision.

How does it Work?

High-resolution conventional cameras have small pixels and sensor sizes probably around 4 to 5 mm. On the other hand, a good night vision camera requires a larger sensor and big pixels. The device has a 720p/60fps Ultra low light CMOS sensor that can produce images 10x brighter than typical CMOS sensor. The sensor in Aurora is 1 “optical format and that is what makes the Aurora the best night vision camera in the market.


  • Cinema quality 4K camera
  • It features an OLED display to provide you with a clear view.
  • Aurora has an IP67 waterproof rating which means it can withstand water up to 3 ft deep for 30 minutes and can resist dust rain, water and snow very easily.
  • It uses GPS combined with an accelerometer and compass to accurately guide your way anytime anywhere.
  • It has 3.6V lithium-ion battery powers up to 2 hours of continuous use.

Why should we go for Aurora Camera?

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Aurora is an action cam built to shine in the darkness. The device is easy to carry and use. Its small footprint is combined with global shutter and has the ability to accept PL, Panavision and EF lenses in both spherical or anamorphic configurations, which makes it perfect for professional photography.


SiOnyx has exceeded its $50,000 Kickstarter funding goal, so far raised about $200,000 with 24 days remaining in the campaign. The company is offering an Aurora Early Bird unit for backers who pledge at least $559 USD with shipping expected to start in July 2018.

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I'm doing IT engineering and currently working as a technical writer. Words save my soul. 💚

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