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  • The Review from Paul Austin - InfiRay Thermal Monocular Finder FH35R LRF

    The review was kindly provided by RifleShooter Magazine The products of the Finder series have been favored by many users since they were launched and have gradually gained a group of loyal fans. Paul Austin is one of those users who have owned an FH25R, and now field tests the long-awaited successor to InfiRay's original LRF thermal spotter. There is a part of his review as follow. THE WOW FACTOR Finder's product appearance is an awesome design. But one limitation of the Finder 25R is that the LRF doesn't go far enough. As can be seen from the Finder 35R, its producers are clearly aware of this problem, and the upgraded Finder provides a more powerful pinger that can quickly achieve a ranging range within 800m. Just as importantly, the new Finder also comes with replaceable lithium-ion batteries, which means the Finder 35R offers two rechargeable lithium batteries for extended outdoor use. This is a major improvement for users. FORM FACTOR The new Finder is indeed slightly larger in size, about a third longer than its predecessor, mainly to accommodate the larger 35mm lens and to provide enough room for rechargeable lithium batteries. Even so, it's designed to be compact enough to fit easily in a pocket. The file transfer of Finder 35R can basically be handled through Wi-Fi, as long as it is connected to the lnfiRay Outdoor application in the mobile phone, it can be easily realized. HANDLING AND FUNCTIONALITY The sensor on the Finder 35R is remarkable while the NETD reaches a level of less than or equal to 35mK. The F 1.0 35mm lens is impressive, as are the 50Hz refresh rate, battery life, picture-in-picture functionality, and 32GB of built-in storage. Ergonomics and navigation are very similar to the original, with the same button layout and basically the same basic menu system. All buttons are dual function, short and long presses activate or toggle between functions, and after a few hunts, it's all straightforward. To a certain extent, if you have used Finder 25R, then you can almost easily get started with Finder 35R. If I had to give any advice, I would have liked the buttons to be more prominent, as it might sometimes be easier to operate in the dark or when wearing gloves. IMAGE QUALITY The 640×512 sensor is the standard configuration of most InfiRay products. Because of the powerful sensor, the image quality of the Finder 35R is much better than that of the Finder 25R. The larger lens and InfiRay's unique Ultra Clear mode make the image effect of Finder 35R still excellent even in harsh weather conditions. In its class, the Finder 35R is an absolute bargain. If you are interested in Finder II, please click and visit our website to get more about the full-featured monocular. https://www.infirayoutdoor.com/thermal-imaging-scope-finder-fh35r-fl35r-series_p74.html This article partly draws on the content of Paul Austin's articlefromRifleshooter Magazine, while the pictures are all from InfiRay. The original review is as follows: PDF

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  • InfiRay Outdoor Attends the IWA Fair 2022

    IWA 2022 / New from InfiRay Outdoor Together with best-selling and brand-new products, InfiRay Outdoor will attend the IWA Fair – the leading international trade fair for hunting and outdoor products. If you are an outdoor or hunting enthusiast and interested in experiencing thermal and night vision products, do not forget to visit InfiRay Outdoor booth at IWA! IWA exhibition date and location: March 3rdto 6th, 2022, in Nürnberg, Germany InfiRay Outdoor Our stand number: Hall-1 / 1-538 InfiRay Outdoor Website: www.infirayoutdoor.com During this fair, along with popular and representative thermal products such as the built-in LRF riflescope – Rico RH50R, LRF monocular Finder – FH35R, the first digital night vision riflescope – TD50L, etc. InfiRay Outdoor also brings four new products at IWA. InfiRay Outdoor ZOOM ZH50 thermal imaging monocular: As the top-end monocular of ZOOM series, ZH50 not only inherits the outstanding specifications such as the 12μm and 640×512 resolution sensor, NETD≤25mK, 1440×1080 FHD AMOLED display, and the unique innovative dual field-of-view lens design. Additionally, it is optimized for better thermal imaging and user experience. The innovative feature – 2X optical zoom of 25mm and 50mm focal length. At the 25mm focal length, this monocular can be utilized for quick searching or detecting over a wide range. At the 50mm focal length, users can receive detailed imaging of the target for identification. Adjusted lower F-number improves imaging clarity. Combining these features, the detection range of ZH50 can reach 2.6Km. It provides farther and clearer thermal imaging to customers. Riflescope and Clip-on: InfiRay Outdoor aims to provide customers with all-round and exceeding expectation experience. Ultra-Clear imaging as a symbol of InfiRay, represents the outstanding imaging clarity infiRay has delivered for the customers In this IWA Fair, the brand will announce another technology objective– Ultra-Precise. Which is designed to improve shooting precision. InfiRay Outdoor Tube TH50 thermal imaging riflescope: As a leading thermal sensor and optics manufacturer, InfiRay combines a 12μm pixel sensor, 2560×2560 AMOLED display, and 50mm large lens on the TH50. TH50 guarantees the top-level imaging quality as well a comfortable observing experience for customers. Benefit from Ultra-Precise, a perfect internal construction and design, the TH50 is capable of reaching 1.2cm per unit @100m when zeroing. The precision is greatly improved and the adjustment time is much shortened. InfiRay Outdoor thermal imaging attachment Clip C series CH50W: CH50 V2’s no Re-Zeroing function has been widely praised by users. While we also received voices that requiring WiFi and internal storage features. Based on this feedback, we are pleased to introduce the new member from Clip series – CH50W, which has equipped with WiFi function, ensuring you can transfer files in real-time and sh...

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  • TFB Review: InfiRay Finder Series FH35R LRF Thermal Monocular

    This is a review of the InfiRay FH35R Thermal Monocular .Thermal imaging gives you the ability to detect heat both during day and night. These devices are typically used by hunters for scouting before and after the shot, but there are many other uses like finding missing persons. I really like this InfiRay.  It has a good image quality, it's easy to use and it's relatively small and light. On top of that, there's a built in Laser Range Finder (LRF) and the device is reasonably priced. It's been my companion on several driven hunts, and I've used it to scout various areas to discover the performance and possible limitations. Below: The driven hunt. During moments of “silence” it's pretty nice to have a thermal monocular to scout around and let time pass. A thermal is pretty good for safety as well, as you can see other non-targets like fellow hunters. A thermal monocular is a perfect companion for many reasons. Overview The heart of the InfiRay Finder FH35R is a 12μ[email protected]×512 pixel pitch high-resolution thermal sensor with a NETD of≤35 mK. The lower the NETD, the better, and it affects how clearly you can see objects and makes it easier to get the right focus among many other things. The objective lens is F35/1.0 and a frame rate is 50 Hz. The detection range is said to be 1818 meters. I did follow a helicopter for a very long distance, definitely much longer than 2 kilometers and it was still clearly visible. All this is displayed on an OLED with 1024×768 resolution. Below: InfiRay Tube TD50L Digital Night Vision Riflescope (back) and the FH35R monocular. The battery life is reasonable. I guesstimate you can run it for about 3-5 hours. Luckily you can replace the battery and continue using it. My unit came with a charger and two Li-ion batteries. Note that I used it during winter time only, which most likely reduces the battery time compared to summertime. Overall, the build quality seems acceptable and it has IP67 protection for water and dust. The outer body is made of hard plastic, the buttons are rubberized, and you can operate it with gloves. InfiRay Tube TD50L Digital Night Vision Riflescope with 940 IR Lamp (left) and the FH35R monocular. Thermals On Ice The InfiRay FH35R is 160x90x50 mm and weighs about 400 grams. It fits the hand quite nicely and slips into the pocket without a problem. Setting the ocular is easy, and it’s done with the switch on the left side (not the battery cover). There’s also an infrared sensor switch that controls and switches the display on and off automatically to save power, and it works great. If the device is hanging in the straps, it’s off, if it detects your head, it turns on. Wonderful! Image Quality If you haven't looked into a modern high-end thermal, you should. The sensor has 640×512 pixels and it delivers a good quality image. A lof of people say you can't get a sense of depth in a thermal. I wonder if they've tried a modern one? Of course the picture is flatter than in a traditional optic, bu...

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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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