The thermal imaging revolution marches ever onwards with the introduction of a TI scope add-on
Mike Powell combines tried-and-tested technology with something new as a thermal imager in conjunction with an image-intensifier unit account for a troublesome fox I have mentioned before that a farmer friend of mine has a small son who is farming mad.…
When I looked at the Quantum HD50S thermal imager recently, one of my potential uses for it was as a cull aid during daylight hours. In the area where Mike Dickinson takes me stalking, there have been issues with illegal…
The new episode of the Shooting Show is here! First, we’ve doubled the Pace as brothers Byron and Darryl shoulder their Anschütz rimfires stoked up with RWS subsonics, heading out to control the rabbit population on a nearby farm. Some…
An extremely technologically up-to-date night vision monocular.
Pulsar’s state-of-the-art Quantum thermal imager – ideal for the more advanced shooter desiring a longer range and shorter start-up time.
Suitable for use in temperatures ranging from 50 degrees down to -20, Pulsar’s Digisight N750 has a 640×480 pixel OLED display
Venturing to the west coast with hunting friend Edan Annand, Byron Pace tests the latest in thermal imaging and night vision equipment
In a crowded market any new night vision product must be exceptional to get ahead – and the Yukon Photon is just that, says Mike Powell