Trijicon has developed a new IR-Hunter using the latest technology in night vision. Instead of amplifying ambient light, the scope detects differences in temperature recognizing warm blooded animals, it’s much like the technology seen in the movie Predator. It is affordable and effective. The compact device is also produced in America. It doesn’t require moonlight or artificial light for use and can view a larger range than other scopes. This is military grade technology that even requires government permission to ship out of the country.
- Infrared thermography is effective even without moonlight, or artificial, infrared illumination.
- This product offers simple packaging, aligned with the latest in military-grade technology, for sportsmen.
- The units are compact, just over six inches in length, three inches wide, and proudly made in the U.S.
“Thermal optics, like the IR-HUNTER, detect minute heat differences to more readily identify warm-blooded animals, not unlike the villain in the 1987 movie “Predator”.”