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Saving Beehives with FLIR Thermal Cameras

Saving Beehives With FLIR Thermal Cameras Beekeepers are increasingly turning to thermal imaging to help them care for their bees, especially during winter. Master beekeeper Rusty Burlew, who writes and maintains the beekeeping site Honey Bee Suite, has been using a FLIR … Readmore

What’s the Difference between Night Vision and Thermal Imaging?

What’s the Difference between Night Vision and Thermal Imaging?   Let’s start with a little background. Our eyes see reflected light. Daylight cameras, night vision devices, and the human eye all work on the same basic principle: visible light energy … Readmore

Getting to Know the PARD NV Series

Getting To Know The PARD NV Series Since launching the NV series over 4 years ago, PARD has grown into a household name in the night time hunting community. Combining rock bottom prices with outstanding quality, PARD has taken the … Readmore

Thermal Sensitivity – Understanding Millikelvins (mK)

Thermal Sensitivity – Understanding Millikelvins (mK)   Thermal sensitivity is the ability of a thermal device to distinguish between temperature differences. In thermal devices, this is measured in milliKelvins (mK) and is an extremely important number to look for and … Readmore

Tracking downed game with a thermal monocular

Tracking downed game with a thermal monocular   One of the many different uses for a thermal monocular is the ability to track downed game quickly and cut down on search & recovery time. By being able to follow blood … Readmore

F-Number In Thermal – What Does It Mean?

F-Number In Thermal – What Does It Mean? The lens on a thermal camera is created from a rare earth material called Germanium (Ge) and constructed into a glass lens. This material is limited and thus a very expensive component … Readmore

Possums with my new thermal camera!

Possums with my new thermal camera! A blog by Ry Beaver at Wildlife watching Australia outlining the use of thermal imaging in wildlife detection and photography The camera was purchased with my own funds and I have received no financial benefits … Readmore

The Pulsar Accolade 2 XP50 LRF Review

Accolade 2 LRF Review We would like to present you an article, written by our friend Phil Tailor. In which he reviews our thermal imaging binoculars Accolade 2 LRF XP50 after a brief time on hands. Enjoy!   I’ve been … Readmore

Thermal Technology Promises to Halt Poaching of Rhinos

Thermal Technology Promises to Halt Poaching of Rhinos   The global illegal wildlife trade is estimated to be worth up to $23 billion per year, fueling the poaching of some of Africa’s most iconic and threatened species such as rhinos. … Readmore

All about the brand new Pulsar Krypton FXG50

KRYPTON FXG50 – The most powerful thermal imaging attachment from Pulsar   Pulsar are very happy to unveil the KRYPTON FXG50, their first ever Thermal vision front attachment with 640×480 @ 12 µm sensor. Yukon Advanced Optics, the leading developer … Readmore