Atmospheric conditions, bushes and darkness are no longer adequate cover for your target. The GUIDE TrackIR thermal imaging monocular uses temperature detection technology to give you a clear picture and range so you can plan the perfect shot.
• 1280x960 HD full-colour display • Built-in stadiametric rangefinder • Remote control through Wi-Fi • Designed for concealment • Takes photos & videos • User-friendly UI & powerful mobile app • Smooth images – 50Hz frame • 1X~4X (smooth zoom) • 7 scene modes & 5 colour palettes
Thermal monocular for Australian hunters Meet Guide's range of thermal handheld monoculars. These thermal imaging optics are easy to use, are actually affordable, and bring functional technology to the hunt.
Record, range targets, and track fast-moving animals both day and night. As the name suggests, the thermal optic picks up on temperature – unlike night vision which is dependent on a ‘light source’. The net result; your quarry can easily be detected.
High-resolution images The quality of the image it delivers is unmistakable. Both the IR 50mm and IR 35mm models have full-colour 1280x960 HD displays with image quality so crisp, it’s just like watching a 22” screen from a 1-meter distance.
50Hz display for smooth footage With a display that refreshes 50 times per second, you get clear, smooth vision that’ll keep up with fast-paced hunting or any animal your tracking.
Long detection ranges Don’t miss a thing! The Guide TrackIR detection range is 1400m for humans and 3000m for vehicles. This is a game-changer that’ll present you with more opportunities.
Record scenes, zoom in, remote control, wifi connectivity Using the monocular is dead easy, and you’ll find it works seamlessly with the TrackIR app. (Available for iPhone and Android.) You can record as well as take photos. You can switch between forest, desert, snow and city scene settings to suit your environment. You can even adjust the thermal image colour palette to make your target more prominent.