There are many different Thermal Night Vision uses. This area is designed to guide people who know what they want to use their night optics for, but are not sure what the best device is for that use. Night equipment varies widely from goggles, binoculars, monoculars, dedicated rifle Multipurpose Viewers, day/night Multipurpose Viewers and thermal optics. These devices have variations such as dual image tube binoculars, long range binoculars, single eye goggles, both eyes goggles and so on.
In this equipment is the quality levels that exist even in between the main generations such as Gen 2+, Gen 2HPT, and Gen 3AG to name a few examples. There are actually about 10 quality levels of Thermal Night Vision equipment depending on manufacturer. These generation quality levels can be easily understood with our EZ Generation Levels Guide.
Below you’ll find some of the most popular uses such as Thermal Night Vision for hunting, home security, wildlife observation and several others. Each of these uses has a specialized page with helpful tips and recommendations. We’ve made it easy to choose the best device for you. The recommendations are based on years of in the field experience as well as feedback from hundreds of customers. When making the recommendations we considered, usefulness for the particular task, weighing the pluses against the minuses, ease of use, image quality, durability, weight and bulk verses image quality and depth perception, as well as what accessories are available for that particular product that will enhance it’s capability for the task at hand.
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