thermal imager

Chris Parkin tests the Mars 4 from ATN

Chris Parkin hopes for an otherworldly performance he assesses the newest thermal imager from ATN, the Mars 4 The ATN Mars 4 has looks similar to its NV sibling, the X-Sight, except for the reflective silver sheen to the 47mm

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All quiet on the foxing front

With a lack of foxes on his ground, Robert Bucknell finds time to try out a new thermal imager. An interesting package arrived at my door the other day, containing the latest hand-held thermal spotter, the Pulsar Axion Key XM30.

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Changing times

Mike Powell reflects on the massive changes that have occurred in winter foxing in the last 50 years

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Hunting for foxes

Even when there appear to be no foxes around, judicious use of the thermal imager can identify hidden predators, says Robert Bucknell

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Q&A: Is TI worth the extra money?

First your magazines were excited about NV; now it’s TI. As a relative Luddite can you explain the practical difference between those two? Is TI worth the extra money?

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