Night Vision is the tenth studio album by Dutch progressive rock band Kayak, released in 2001. It was the first studio album with singer Bert Heerink. Heerink had joined Kayak in 1999, to help original singer Max Werner on songs from the past that were originally sung by Kayak's second lead singer, Edward Reekers. When Werner left Kayak in 2000, Heerink stayed as their sole leadsinger, and recorded the double live album Chance For A Livetime.
During their tour of 2000, Kayak introduced a new member: guitarist/vocalist Rob Vunderink. Not a complete stranger to the band, as he had worked with Pim Koopman in the band Diesel.
After the "Night Vision"-tour, guitarist Rob Winter had to leave Kayak. He was also the guitarist in the band of Dutch singer Marco Borsato, and he was unable to combine work in two bands.