Going beyond daylight? Thermal Imaging technology allows users to detect heat through googles, binoculars, monoculars, and hunting devices. Unlike traditional night vision, thermal imaging does not rely on the amplification of ambient light. As a result, thermal imaging can be used in total darkness or daylight.

Using a thermal sensor, thermal devices detect temperature differences as low as low as 0.2 degrees Celcius to allow an observer to view their surrounds in the dark, or to pick out game through fog or smoke.

Thermal devices are suited for a variety of uses from exploring to hunting. Their versatility and rugged design make for the perfect addition to the active lifestyle.

Take to the great outdoors. Spot game through shrub and fog. Make your property safe again.

Night Vision Australia’s friendly staff are available to help discuss the right options for your applications. Feel free to contact us to discuss any questions or queries.

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