Thermal Binoculars: A Powerful Tool For Hunters And Nature Explorers
Thermal vision binoculars can be used 24/7
They create an image based on heat signatures, thus making the time of day irrelevant to the image quality. Keep in mind this wouldn’t always be possible with all infrared devices, as most of them are designed for nighttime use only. However, thermal infrared goggles will always deliver a great image.
If you’re looking for a pair of thermal binoculars for hunting, you’re on the right path: Pulsar thermal vision goggles are great for the purpose.
The dual eyepiece of the device allows you to comfortably observe your surroundings for hours. When not in use, the thermal imaging binoculars can hang around your neck without obstructing your movement – their light weight ensures you will barely feel them there.
In fact, the Merger LRF XP50 is so light, compact, and innovatively designed, that the look of the device reminds the familiar daytime binos to many. And thanks to new and upgraded ergonomics, they have quickly become the most intuitive device in our range. Easy to carry and use, they will please any type of hunter:
- modern or traditional;
- female or male;
- active or passive.
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But don’t make the mistake of thinking that thermal binoculars are for hunters only: nature enthusiasts, scientists, and those working in conservation will find thermal vision goggles just as useful thanks to the already-mentioned quality and comfort.
In activities like animal population assessment, image quality is very important, and we are proud to say we surpass the expectations of many in this field.
And speaking of quality: our thermal vision goggles come with some of the best thermal imaging sensors available, making sure you will be able to use them in tough weather conditions like rain, snow, or cold, foggy mornings.
Of course, we made sure our thermal imaging goggles are fully waterproof, so you wouldn’t need to worry about hiding from precipitation. Even if you drop your thermal goggles in water, they will still function smoothly once you take them out.
For those looking for thermal night vision goggles, we can say with confidence that our devices will exceed your expectations. They come with:
- a powerful battery;
- a built-in laser rangefinder;
- a fast aperture lens, and many more features to deliver you the best possible experience.
But of course, it isn’t just the hardware of our thermal night vision binoculars that is the top-of-the-line – our software engineers work hard for the best image processing algorithms and continuous updates, which you can get through our free Stream Vision 2 app.
The app also allows you to connect your smartphone or tablet to the device for seamless photo and video transmission (yes, you can record imagery and sounds with the Pulsar thermal imaging binoculars), remote control, and some other neat features.
So, why don’t you have a look at the range of our thermal imaging binoculars and choose a pair that suits your needs best?