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Going beyond daylight? Thermal Rifle Scopes are the ultimate hunter’s
companion. Our range of devices are guaranteed to take your hunting to
the next level. By using infrared technology thermal scopes are able to
detect the subtle temperature differences between animals and the
With interchangeable colour palettes prey are easily identified
through even the most challenging atmospheric conditions. Hunt through
fog, smoke, dust, or scrub. Thermal imaging scopes are guaranteed to
keep hunters on target.
Whether it is hunting deer at distance or tracking pigs through the bush you’ll never lose sight with thermal hunting scopes.
Thermal rifle scopes and weapon sights are by far the coolest optical
devices you can install on a weapon. Not only do they offer the
flexibility of daytime and night time use, but they also deliver in
weather conditions when other optical devices simply fail. Fog is one
such example. Like all other thermal imaging devices, thermal
riflescopes and weapon sights read off thermal signatures of all objects
and present the user with an image showing a gradient map of the heat
signatures. Most modern thermal riflescopes feature several color
palates as well as the all time standard black and white. Another fantastic feature of
thermal rifles copes is their ability to output video signal by means of
a special portable digital recorder you can now easily record your
hunts to show friends and family.
When picking thermal rifle scopes and sights, it is important to
understand what you should be looking for. Key components of high
importance are objective lens diameter, resolution and refresh rate of
the thermal core, magnification capabilities, reticle patterns and
battery life. Most popular scopes are typically 3x 50 to 75 mm lens
thermal vision scopes with 60hz. Such a device will handle really well for hunting in the range of 300-350 yards and beyond.
Another important point to note is the difference between night
vision riflescopes and thermal riflescopes. Night vision optics in
general present you with the real picture of what is in front of you by
simply making those items more visible than they are to a naked eye.
Thermal devices work differently. Due to the fact that thermal scopes
read and reproduce on display thermal signature of an object, you cannot
expect to see all details of the object you are looking at. You will
only see an outline of items which have contrasting temperatures. This
makes thermal less practical when dealing with target shooting and when
identifying specific features of an animal very important.