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  1. Optics
    Ok, have to say I'm excited! Been looking at Thermal's again for awhile and kicked a lot of stuff around and finally took the plunge today. For anyone interested Bering's been around for awhile and is based out of Texas. Anyway I already have a FLIR PTS233 which was their most basic thermal...
  2. Survival Forums
    Anyone that follows me knows that like Nocturnal type devices, and a lot of what is on my YouTube Channel is dedicated to that sort of Equipment. Anyway, today I was replying to a post in my channel on Thermal and wanted to refresh my memory on Specifications on a couple of devices and...
  3. Optics
    A week or so ago I posted a link to a video review I did on the Leupold Tracker. It didn't take me long using it to realize that for those of us with imperfect vision (read: Older and Can't see Up-Close!) the Tracker Series of devices are difficult to use. Anyway so I decided to try and...
  4. Optics
    Just posted a review on a device that a fair number of folks might find interesting, The Leupold Tracker is a handheld thermal imager for finding and tracking game that retails for around $750 for the most expensive model down to about $550 for the lower resolution version. The video is Long...
  5. Optics
    Just posted a new video on YouTube, I did side by side comparisons of all the the major generations of Night Vision compared as "apples to apples" as I could along with a couple of tabletop sessions (one for Thermal & Digital and another for Tube type NV) with a lot of info most videos and...
  6. Optics
    Just wanted to share... Just posted a video comparing a Thermal Scope to a Gen 3 Clip-On in front of a 3x Prism scope at 100, 200 and 300 yards. The equipment used was a FLIR PTS-233 Thermosight Pro (1.5x, 12 degree FOV, with 340x356 Boson Sensor), and a slightly older / like new Armasight...
  7. Optics
    Ok.. I have to come out of the closet and say that I have a Night Vision Fetish and have since I first saw old Gen Zero stuff in the old "Edmunds Scientific" mail order catalogs back in the day. Anyway In the past few years I've played (and am still) around building diy night vision stuff and...
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