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Merger LRF XL50: explore in HD

Posted by Brandon Optics on 4/13/2023 to Night Vision / Thermal Imaging
Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide is pleased to introduce the biggest Pulsar star of 2023 – the Merger LRF XL50 thermal imaging binoculars, our first ever HD thermal imaging device with a new and powerful 1024x768 pixel resolution XL sensor. Get ready to explore in high-definition quality!

Pulsar opens a new page in thermal imaging technology at Shot Show 2023

Posted by Brandon Optics on 4/13/2023 to Night Vision / Thermal Imaging

Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide is pleased to reveal the first big Pulsar product launches of 2023. They will all be presented this January at Shot Show 2023, the biggest trade show for shooting sports, hunting, outdoor recreations and firearm manufacturing industries taking place in Las Vegas.

This year we open a new page in the history of Pulsar. We present some fascinating innovations and never-before-seen products and features – from HD resolution sensors and further developments in multispectral technologies, expanding the possibilities of your favourite thermal riflescopes and meet everyone’s needs.

New Kowa TSN-99 PROMINAR and New TE-80xw eyepiece!

Posted by Kowa Sporting Optics, USA on 8/11/2021 to New Releases
Kowa has officially introduced their new flagship TSN-99 PROMINAR spotting scope series. The spotting scopes will be available for pre-order starting today, with product distribution beginning in September 2021.

Kowa's goal was simple - create an optic delivering one of the brightest and widest view of nature. They've created the TSN-99 PROMINAR series because their desire to push the boundaries of optical performance is at the forefront of everything they do. Kowa created the TSN-99 PROMINAR series because they wanted to deliver one of the most immersive and detailed views of the natural world.

The Kowa TSN-880 PROMINAR spotting scope, despite being on the market for almost two decades was and still is to this day the envy of the sporting optics industry. It’s a testament to the generations of Japanese optical engineers that have developed Kowa’s unique optical design and engineering techniques over many years. But pioneers don’t stand still - they push forward and onward always trying to improve, it’s what Kowa has done for over 60 years, and they're not about to stop now.

The TSN-99 PROMINAR Series is the evolution of over six decades of Japanese optical design and technology. It utilizes the very best from Kowa's optical heritage and benefits from features, technology, and engineering developed by generations of Kowa optical experts.

The TSN-99 series is a 99mm spotting scope utilizing both pure fluorite and XD lens in its construction. The TE-11WZ II eyepiece provides a 30-70x range of magnification and the existing accessories for the 88/77 series are compatible with the new 99.

The 99 scope will build on the quality of the existing 88 series with upgrades to the lens elements, coatings, and exterior design aesthetic. The new scope will be able to utilize the accessories that are available for the 88 and 77 scope series, such as, TE-20H/TSN-EX16/TSN-PA7/Existing TE-11WZs. The TE-11WZ will be replaced in these kits with the new, TE-11WZ II. Very similar to the existing model with the big change being the markings to notate the range of zoom on the 77/88 (25-60x) and the 99 (30-70x).

Also, you will find that Kowa has a new, fixed magnification, super wide eyepiece for the new 99 (also will fit 88/77): the TE-80XW. This 80 degree eyepiece has the widest field of view of any scope eyepiece on the market. This is a fantastic eyepiece for those that are passionate about digiscoping and prefer a wide field of view to higher zoom. The magnification for this eyepiece is 40x for the 99 and 35x for the 88/77.

How to Pack Binoculars and Telescopes for Public Storage?

Posted by SekaMoving on 4/22/2021 to Binoculars

You have finished your night of observation, pack everything up, and want to store it in a storage company. How should you pack your telescope (and binoculars)?

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