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  • InfiRay SHOT Show Invitation Letter

    Dear friends of InfiRay Outdoor: It is an honor for us to invite you to see our products at SHOT Show 2022. The American SHOT Show is a trade show open to all professionals related to the shooting sports, hunting and law enforcement industries. InfiRay Outdoor will participate in the exhibition and take our thermal imaging scopes, monocular and digital night vision scope to be shown this time. There are Rico, Tube (Bolt), Holo Series thermal imaging scope, Clip Series thermal imaging attachment, handheld thermal monocular Eye Ⅱ, Cabin, Zoom Series and TD50L-first digital night vision scope of us. Please visit and try our thermal imaging optics at our booth, No. 40907, SANDS EXPO CENTER. The exhibition is at 201 Sands Ave Las Vegas, NV 89169 - SANDS EXPO CENTER, from 18th Jan. to 21st Jan. 2022. Welcome to visit our booth (No. 40907) and we will keep report the show on our website and social channels at the same time. Please keep sustainable attention on InfiRay official social channels: Ins: infiray_outdoor ; https://www.instagram.com/infiray_outdoor/ Facebook: InfiRayOutdoor ; https://www.facebook.com/InfiRayOutdoor YouTube: InfiRay Outdoor ; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvyVNtzXDIRFwnp6ILXjjDg/featured FB Group: InfiRay Outdoor Official -Thermal& Night Vision Hunting ; https://www.facebook.com/groups/305837334293846 InfiRay Outdoor 01/17/2022

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  • InfiRay Tips: How to Choose a Thermal Imaging Monocular?

    Perfect thermal monocular as multifunctional tools could be a “game-changer” for variate needs. Detecting and searching with less limitation are the main reason that thermal imaging monocular are born while humans will have disadvantages in observing with the traditional instruments. But for the actual question that will be listed out: how can we choose the perfect thermal monocular? Before come with that, let's start with a simple introduction of the working principle on thermal. Everything with a temperature over -273.15℃ emits infrared thermal radiation. The higher the temperature, the stronger the radiation is. The thermal sensors inside of the device detect the radiation and transform it into electric signals. Through the complex digital processing, these signals will be converted into thermal imaging and displayed on the high-resolution OLED or LCOS screen, that's how the thermal works commonly. Back to the question, when you decided to upgrade your setup to thermal monocular or just newcomer interested in thermal monocular, the first factor you should think about is your budget for it. High quality thermal monocular is a high-value product because of the production cost. With a certain budget, the next thing we should pay attention to is the main specifications that affect the performance. Thermal sensor It should be known that thermal sensor resolution directly affects the clarity of the thermal image. Under the same pixel pitch, the higher the sensor resolution, the clearer the thermal imaging quality is. Nowadays the mainstream of sensors on the market are 12μm and 17μm, under the same condition, the units with 17μm sensors usually create clearer and more crisp thermal imaging. However, the shorter detection range is the weakness of 17μm compared to 12μm. And with trends, 12μm thermal sensor holds gradually the dominate status. Thermal Lens The material of the lens determines the light transmittance, which has a certain impact on thermal image quality. InfiRay thermal monoculars adopt Ge-lenses, which have higher transmittance and lower reflection to thermal radiation ranging from 8-14μm. The focal length of the lens also determines the detecting range. The larger the focal length, the farther the detecting distance is. Sensor NETD (Sensitivity) NETD comes with sensor performance. In fact, it is this parameter that determines the sensitivity of the thermal monocular which means the minimum temperature difference that the product can detect. If sensor NETD≤25mK, it means that the minimum temperature difference that the detector can detect is 0.025°C. Thus, the smaller the NETD, the more sensitive the thermal monocular is. With industry-leading thermal sensor technology, InfiRay has released thermal monocular E6 Pro, E6+ V3.0 and ZOOM ZH38 featuring sensor NETD≤25mk (@25 °C,F#=1.0), with ground-breaking features the users will experience from it. Detection range With certain detection range parameters you can know exactly how far the ther...

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  • Finder II Series—Full-featured Monocular, born for Precise Outdoor Observation

    “From all the spotters that I used here in my store, is the FH25R my personal favorite for 2 years now. The image is excellent. Very good details. And because of the size, it fits easily in your pocket...” — said Rinus van Wezep, a business owner of a hunting and outdoor company from the Netherlands. Finder 25R is InfiRay's first thermal monocular featuring with laser rangefinder (LRF) function. It is favored by users because of its clear image quality and compact size. Now the Finder family ushered in the second generation of new products-Finder FL35R & FH35R. If you are a hunter who is looking for a monocular with a laser ranging function, then you can look at the InfiRay Finder family. Including the objective lens from 25mm to 35mm, compact size with full featured functions, Finder Family series are the ones you should not miss. So, what are the improvements of the Finder II Series - FL35R & FH35R? Firstly, the display is upgraded to OLED, while lowest NETD≤35mK. While Finder II Series retains 384x288 and 640x512 pixel pitch two sensors for users to choose from, cooperating with F35/1.0mm fine-workmanship objective lens and 1024x768 resolution OLED ensure prefer detail recognition capability and output clear thermal imaging with multilayer contrast quality. Especially our FH35R, The smallest temperature differences can be precisely detected by 12μm thermal detector featuring NETD≤35mK, at the same time, with the help of ultra-clear mode, during rainfall, fog or other inclement weather conditions which hinder thermals from forming clear imaging. For a better visual experience, Finder II supports the switching of cold and warm hues of the image. With the cold hue setting, the users can experience visually clearer imaging quality with rich details, highlight targets. With the warm hue setting, the users can get softer imaging to avoid visual fatigue brought by a long time viewing. Secondly, the longer precise LRF distance has been achieved. Hunters regard laser ranging as a helpful function, they hope it can be accurate and realize as long-distance as it can. Considering the needs of users, the LRF distance of Finder II has been improved. Finder II Series has a built-in laser ranging module, which provides both single ranging and continuous ranging that can capture and display target distance quickly and accurately. With an accuracy of±1m within 800m, accurate evaluation of distance and terrain is quick and easy. Thirdly, in addition to the improvement of LRF, the detection range has also been upgraded to 1818 meters.The 35mm objective lens in combination with advanced thermal imaging hardware provides exceptional detection. Within a range of 1818 meters in the complete dark, a target (1.8x0.5 meters) can be detected by FL35R & FH35R. Finder II pursues the further distance, the more exploration. Fourthly, the battery of Finder II is upgraded to a replaceable battery pack. Long-time outdoor hunting requires a long lifetime of the batte...

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  • Mat Manning-Hunting rabbits with InfiRay Tube TL35

    Mat Manning is a traditional hunter who is transferred from digital infrared optic to InfiRay Tube TL35 thermal riflescope, a switch to thermal gear helps Mat Manning bring some tricky bunnies to book during a nocturnal foray. Let's see how the InfiRay Tube TL35 thermal riflescope helps him greatly in rabbits hunting!

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  • Mr. Infiray Interview – Sam Halsor, a Z Generation Hunter.

    Sam Halsor is our brand ambassador in the US, a young hunter with curiosity about new things. “I will never forget the very first time I went hunting with my dad at a very young age, it was such a fancy experience.” Thanks to the early beginning, 26-years-old Sam is already a maven now. When sharing the know-how of a harvest night:“Hunting experiences and understanding about the territory is the keystone but thermal devices also help a lot. Apart from productivity, it is also a novel feeling to pull the trigger within the thermal image.” More than a hobbit and don’t want to be defined as a job Sam told us his perception about hunting: “It is a unique lifestyle for me, it allows me to escape from the urban life and release myself in nature. Below are the details of this interview: Q1: Hi Sam, would you like to tell us what does hunting means to you? A1: Humm…hunting to me is a way of life. It allows me to take a step away from reality and spend time in nature. Q2: We would like to know more about you, how old are you and when did you first get into hunting? A2: My name is Sam and I am 26 years old. I first started hunting with my dad at a young age. He taught me to respect the animal and be thankful for the opportunity to put food on the table. Q3: Do you have any unforgettable moments during the hunting? A3: There are several nights I have spent hunting that I will never forget. One night we were able to eradicate 45 feral hogs, and the other night my friend and I were able to call in dozens of coyotes and put 20 in the truck before sunrise. Q4: You mentioned your experiences with night hunting, so what are the differences between night and daytime hunting, and what advantages of hunting do you think during the night? A4: Hunting at night can be more productive than daytime hunting. At night, the feral hogs and coyotes come out to play. Sometimes they let their guard down when it’s dark out and allow you to get into situations you wouldn’t normally find yourself in. Q5: During the preparation stage, what equipment usually goes to your bag. A5: Well, there is a long list, I try to have extra batteries, ammo, and several other things. Q6: Talking about the equipment, do you use thermal hunting products, and do you think it is helpful for hunting and why? A6: Definitely yes, they all help to see animals at night that might be out of detection range for night vision. Q7: As our ambassador, we would like to know what InfiRay Outdoor product is your favorite and what you want to have most, why? A7: I am excited to use the InfiRay MINI MH25. It is a great thermal optic to mount on a helmet. A8: What kind of improvements or changes would you like to see in the InfiRay Outdoor devices? Q8: The only flaw I am aware of for InfiRay products, is the audio recording isn’t matched with the video. Q9: We will fix this bug for sure. Your advice is really critical to us; therefore, we also want to know what are things that are important to pay attention to when ch...

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  • Mr InfiRay Interview-Paolo Bulgarelli and His Hunting

    "La caccia è il mio collegamento con la natura!" this is said by our Italian Mr. InfiRay Paolo Bulgarelli, hunting is his connection with nature. 53-year-old Paolo Bulgarelli has nearly 25 years of hunting experience. The deer is the animal which he hunts most often. With passionate and hunting gear he told us how an avid hunter is. Today we have an interview with this gentleman, here is the interview: Q1: So Paolo, what does hunting mean to you? A1: well, hunting is my connection with nature. When I am hunting, I transform myself and I can use senses that, as an inhabitant of an average city, I did not even know I had. Q2: That’s a good answer, tell us a little about yourself,Paolo? How old are you and when did you first get into hunting? A2: I am 53 years old. I used to accompany my father hunting when I was a very young child. He hunted small birds, it was not my hunt. I dreamed of traveling the world hunting large animals (which were no longer in my places). Growing up I discovered that they had returned to populate my mountains and I started hunting. I've been hunting for about 25 years. Q3: So, do you have any unforgettable moments during the hunting? A3: Hunting always leaves indelible memories. Oddly, the best memories are related to outings where I didn't shoot. When you shoot then you have a whole series of tasks. You have to recover the animal (and it will often take hours, with absurd efforts), clean it and fulfill the various documents. The moments just lived reappear only the following days (the fatigue, in part, is forgotten) Also, there is a memory linked to an infiray device ........ I leave home in the dark, the night is starry, it doesn't happen often in the middle of winter. In the car a sweet warmth, so different from what the external thermometer indicates to me as the external temperature. Today I can go hunting in a very good spot for fallow deer. There is a drinking water tank that serves the few houses of a small mountain hamlet, climbing on it you have a splendid view of the valley, set between mountains, which opens up below. At 10 km from this point here is a problem that I did not expect .... fog. It looks fine but gets worse at every turn. Entering the valley from above it is clear that it is completely covered. However, I go to the observation point, hoping that it will pass or at least that the thermal will perform a miracle. I stay there for more than an hour, by now it has been day for a long time and I could hunt but I am wrapped in a thick and impenetrable white. With the sun it dissolves a little. I still do not see anything but, the thermal, something is beginning to see. A first "white ghost" appears, then a second, a third and a fourth ..... the field below me about a kilometer is populated with animals, it's time to hunt ..... Q4: Return to hunting, can you tell us the differences between hunting at day and night, and what the advantages of hunting you think during night? A4: That's a good question, at ni...

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