Thermal optics offer a massive advantage for any hunter in any environment for a multitude of reasons.
24 Hour Usage
Thermal optics function based on differences in temperature, rather than light. By relying on temperature, thermal optics function in both day and night environments. This is different from night vision optics, which require a low level of ambient or projected infrared light to function.
Precise Temperature Detection
This precise detection of temperature also includes nonliving objects, such as blood trails, bedding areas or fresh game tracks. This capability offers a variety of uses other than direct hunting such as scouting, tracking, or stalking animals. Stationary
or bedded down animals will also be detected by their radiant heat signature.
See Through Brush
Because thermal optics see differences in temperature, they can see through brush that matches the temperature of its surroundings, while concealed animals appear with clarity. That’s not to say they will see through a tree, but light brush offers no concealment. The same goes for smoke or foggy conditions, the radiant heat of an animal will show up clearly.
Useful for All Optics
The X-Vision Thermal monocular
provides advanced scouting tools with integral photo and video capability and 16 GB of internal memory. The XVision scope
stores six different sets of zeroing date for accuracy across firearms. Both optics offer hotspot tracking, which follows the hottest object in its field of view. Hotspot tracking is useful for long range use or in dense foliage. They both can detect game to 1,900 yards or more. For closer Our Reflex Sight
is effective to 1,000 yards.
Thermal technology has come a long way in price and convenience since its inception. The result is modern prices are more like a single car payment then the full price of a car.
All these factors combine to make hunting easier, safer and more fun for you and your partner. The final important question to ask is.
How could your hunting be improved with thermal optics?