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  • Tube TD50L- InfiRay First Digital NV Riflescope

    The reason of great hunting may include several crucial factors, but good optic that gives you acute alert vision and outstanding performance through the wild from day to night can never be outmoded. Carry on above, the night vision optics and scopes are most widely used by nighttime hunters around the world, so with the trend the first digital night rifle scope of brand InfiRay with classic design imitating traditional riflescopes - Tube TD50L is officially released on 4th, November in year 2021. Three key feature phrases can express insightfully what this NV riflescope will be: Impressive NV image quality, exceptional outdoor NV tool and multifunctional options for possibility. Impressive NV Image Quality Sensors always offer more sensitive detections in night times than normal optics. That's the technical superiority of development. TD50L has adopted smart CMOS sensor with 1440 resolutions, combined with effective internal night vison algorithm and high resolution displayit ensures crisp image quality and clear night viewing range up to 600 meters. Most importantly, this CMOS sensor still keeps enhanced nighttime sensitivity and performance in ultra-low light environment. There are two types of IR illuminators for users to choose from in consideration of feedbacks from market and realistic needs during night hunting: 940nm and 850nm spectrum range. The main difference between the two illuminators is the reflection to them from wild animals. With 850nm hunters can reach further viewing during the night, with 940nm you can hunt animals that are sensitive to infrared radiation without frightening them away and keep totally invisible status. Exceptional outdoor NV tool With durability and ruggedness TD50L has built the standard. Getting through the protection standard of IP67 which means this riflescope is made by reliable workmanship and fully waterproof and dustproof. It can perfectly survive and stand from the constantly changing complicated outdoor environment, even keep performance from a long-time up to 30 minutes underwater with 1m depth. Staying with hunting journey the equipment usually needs rugged construction and is capable of being resistant to the ever-changing rusts and shocks from outside. Full-aluminium alloy housing and solid internal construction of TD50L is competent in stopping these inevitable damages from daily use. The precondition for hunters to operate and try out these NV tools is the enough long battery life to support operations. Built-in 6600 mAh and external replaceable 18650 battery ensures TD50L to offer the sufficient operating time up to 13H which allow hunters to take flexible hunts from day to night. Multifunctional options for possibility Simple viewing spotter with digital magnification is incongruent with TD50L, besides the fundamental capability hunters are benefited also from his multifunctional options such as video/photo function, continuous digital zoom from 4x to 16x, 6 reticles with color changes and ...

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  • InfiRay Talks: Digital Night Vision and Thermal Vision

    When it comes to night vision, most of us naturally think that these products are professional tools that enable us to have visible imaging in nighttime. But do you know how many types of night vison devices under the category of "night vision"? Actually they are three main types: image intensifier night vision, digital night vision and thermal vision. The image intensifier night vision is largely limited used in military and law enforcement, so the topic we want to focus on is digital night vison and thermal vision which are widely applied in the civil field. Digital Night Vision                                                                         Thermal Vision Digital Night Vision& thermal vision For digital night vision, when the darker light resources enter the high-sensitivity CCD (Charge Coupled Device) or CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor) sensor, they will be converted into electrical signals and be transferred and processed through the processor, these digital signals will be re-processed by the integrated software algorithm and sent to the LCD or OLED screen display, finally they will form a visible imaging and reflection of real objects. Thermal vision is divided into active and passive. To put it simply, active thermal vision use thermal searchlights to illuminate targets and receive reflected thermal radiation to form an image and the passive thermal vision radiates infrared rays based on all objects whose absolute temperature is above zero (-273°C). The basic principle of it is to detect the heat radiation emitted from the targets and the background and form thermal imaging through the integrated processing and algorithm. Basically, these night vision devices are mainly used for: Wildlife observation and explores Night hunting and paintball game Search and rescue Night fishing and boating Both digital night vision and thermal vision are able to use for day and night, but in consideration of different working principles there have indeed evident differences between digital night vision and thermal vision. The main differences between digital night vision and thermal vision can be concluded: 1) The effects of digital night vision focus more on "recognition" compared to thermal vision. In other words, the targets seen by the digital night vision is their real appearance that can be distinguished. Thermal vision expresses a heat distribution map of the targets, not the realistic appearance of them. 2) Difference on detection range: the detection range of the digital night vision is limited is greatly affected by the weather and environment. The thermal detection range is longer and has more advantages in dealing with adverse weather conditions such as foggy and raining days. 3) Difference on practicality in wild: the digital night visi...

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  • InfiRay Talks-Digital Zoom and Optical Zoom

    Recently InfiRay Outdoor has released grandly the newest ground-breaking thermal imaging monocular-InfiRay ZOOM product through a customer-friendly way- Facebook Live. One of the ZOOM' s biggest features with which InfiRay has received patent is: it supports not only digital zoom function but also a 2X optical zoom brought by focal length adjustment from 19mm to 38mm. To carry on the above, let's talk about the digital zoom and optical zoom in the thermal units. So what’s the optical zoom and digital zoom? Optical zoom Despite the seeming similarity between them, they are a whole lot different. The history of optical zoom goes back centuries when people invented the first telescope in the world. From the term optical zoom you can guess and deduce that it has adopted the adjustments to the lens system in order to bring an object image closer which means a “lossless” magnification. Every lens has a key characteristic related to optical zoom: its focal length. The bigger the focal length of the lens is, the greater the optical zoom will be. (The primary definition of the focal length in the optical system is expressed as the physical distance from the entrance lens or a specific point in a complex lens assembly to the point where all the light rays converge, which normally is the thermal sensor and measured in millimeters.) Digital zoom Digital zoom is a relatively recent invention with the development of digital technology and now can be found in almost all thermal imaging devices. Strictly speaking, it is not “zoom” at all. It is just processing to the digital imaging display on the unit’s screen. When you zoom in digitally from 1X to 4X, what your device gets is an electronic magnification of the imaging pixels created by the objective lens. What's the difference between optical zoom and digital zoom? Obviously, these two concepts denote the magnification of thermal imaging. Noticeable is that the traditional thermals only have a fixed and constant optical magnification, basically on it the users can magnify digitally the imaging on screen through the internal digital zoom. In short, with optical zoom the users can get the subjects close before you capture them. With digital zoom, the users can choose the part of the thermal image and later magnify it to the correct size. For disadvantaged parts you will have more chances of imaging quality loss with digital zoom, and sometimes you will meet with the lens errors occur when zooming with less advanced lenses.So what if a thermal that combines optical and digital zoom? That’s what we will talk about it. Breakthrough brought by InfiRay ZOOM Product InfiRay ZOOM product supports a 2X optical zoom as well as a digital zoom range up to 4X. Optional adjustment from 19mm to 38mm focal length which means ZOOM enables users to rebuild the field of view. This combination of optical zoom and digital zoom brings advantages in helping hunters to search and target prey or objects in ease without losing recogniti...

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  • InfiRay New: Thermal Imaging Scope With LRF - Geni GL35R

    Have you ever come across this situation, you start aiming at the prey and find it is hard to tell the distance timely. This situation has confused most hunters for a long time I believe. From now on the newly launched Geni GL35R with LRF function will address your question and satisfy your need appropriately. GL35R integrated laser ranger finder – LRF module, this range-finding module features a range of 10-1,000m with ±1 m accuracy when up to 1000m. The integrated, precision laser rangefinder provides accurate range-finding in two modes – Single Time Measurement and Scanning mode. Scanning mode allows the shooter to adjust quickly to changing distances for better shot placement. This technology works quite well in the pitch black. Besides laser rangefinder the GL35R also features with other high cost effective performance which accompanied by InfiRay' s excellent thermal imaging quality. Highly Sensitive12 μm Thermal Imaging Sensor GL35R adopts 12μm sensor with 384×288 resolution and combines with a module which with upgraded algorithm, which significantly improves the image uniformity, detail, contrast, and other effects those composite excellent image quality of InfiRay. 1024×768 AMOLED Display The screen is pixels of the AMOLED type for crisp colours and clarity. High contrast of this screen significantly improves the clarity, details, and layering of thermal images. InfiRay are professional at integrating an eye-box into scope that naturally takes up your view, that is easy to adjust and that is visible from a range of distances and angles. This display has a very good view-box that takes up a good proportion of your sight. The GL35R also supports WIFI image transmission, electronic compass, motion sensor, 32GB memory and up to 8 kinds different reticles. All these features and functions are integrated into GL35R to ensure a perfect workable thermal imaging scope which will meet all your needs when stalking and hunting at night. So why not choose a Geni GL35R which integrated into LRF. For more information about Geni GL35R, please visit our site: https://www.infirayoutdoor.com/thermal-imaging-rifle-scope-gl35r-series_p70.html

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  • Mr InfiRay Interview-Bryan Mealy and His Hunting

    There is a proverb for the hunter: If God didn’t want men to hunt, he wouldn’t have given him plaid shirts. That’s it and how it goes in our Mr. InfiRay's daily life at this very moment. Bryan Mealy – our Mr. InfiRay as well InfiRay ambassador in the USA who is an experienced and enthusiastic hunter who goes hunting not less than once a week. Mealy has been hunting for 25 years, for him, hunting is a way of life, a necessity, a skillset, and a passion. So we will disclose an exclusive splendid interview with him about his fantastic story and words. Here is the interview: Q1.InfiRay Outdoor: What does hunting mean to you? Bryan Mealy: Hunting, for me, is a way of life, a necessity, a skillset, and a passion.  Hunting, as well as the great outdoors is truly medicinal, it promotes discipline and mental health and should be considered an essential skill around the world. Q2.InfiRay Outdoor: Tell us a little about yourself? How old are you and when did you first get into hunting? Bryan Mealy: When I was 13, my Grandfather introduced me to squirrel hunting on his farm in Missouri, I was hooked ever since! Fast forward 25 years, I can be found running around Western Pennsylvania, or Southern Ohio, hunting for the elusive coyote, nearly four to five nights per week!  Often times, I will bring a Veteran guest with me, teaching and guiding every chance I get. As a three-tour war Veteran,  I have found that hunting provides a curative benefit for the mind that cannot be equaled by any prescription on the market. Q3.InfiRay Outdoor: Do you have any unforgettable moments during the hunting? Bryan Mealy: The owner of Cabin Creek Outfitters, LLC., a deer hunting outfit outside of Chillicothe, Ohio, requested that Keystone Predator Management come down for a weekend to chip away at the coyotes on his hunting grounds. The very first farm that we set up on became the stand of a lifetime! I put out a lone howl, followed by a quiet pup garble and the flood gates opened!  A small group of three coyotes came running across the 1000 acre farm, straight to us!  My buddy and I took our shots, putting down the first two coyotes of the night!  After that, coyotes continued to come in waves of two or three at a time over the next 40 minutes, totaling around 20, overall!  By the end of the stand, we shot seven coyotes total, putting four in the truck!  What a rush!!  I've been “chasing that dragon” ever since! Q4.InfiRay Outdoor: Can you tell us the differences between hunting at day and night, and what the advantages of hunting you think during night? Bryan Mealy: As an avid nighttime predator hunter, I prefer the cover of darkness, as apposed to a daytime hunt. The freedom of movement and the minimal human activity creates a nearly euphoric hunting environment, leaving only the sounds of nature to guide you to a peaceful and often exhilarating experience. As the tune of a coyote’s howl pierces the quiet night air, a rush of adre...

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  • Rebuild the field, Zoom as your wish - to meet InfiRay ZOOM Series ZH38

    Have you ever expected that a monocular can have dual fields of view and×2 optical zoom, with a beyond expectation higher resolution display screen, which even has shutterless function? Getting these demands, InfiRay Outdoor's ZOOM series came into being. The ZH38 is a high-end thermal imaging monocular for outdoor, which has three “FIRSTS” in the industry in terms ofdual field of view (FOV),1440×1080 high display resolution and shutterless technology. In terms of product features, ZOOM adopts the 12μm 640×512 resolution sensor featuring NETD≤25mK (25°C, F#=1.0), with 32GB storage, fast changeable battery pack with 2 batteries as standard which can reach up to 20 hours. But how can InfiRay ZOOM be satisfied with this? ZH38 has also made a qualitative leap in product packaging. If you are looking for a thermal imaging monocular which can zoom as you wish, ultra clear image quality and powerful functions, ZOOM will be your go-to-choice! InfiRay always puts the user's demands and product experience on the top priority. In order to achieve the goal of seeing farther, wider, and clearer, ZOOM pioneered in the dual field of view technology. 19 mm focal length - the larger field of view will help search the target, and when you lock down a target, you can zoom up to 38mm focal length - the smaller field of view, to identify the target and all of its details. You can zoom from one field to the other according to your need. It is worth mentioning that the dual field of view of ZH38 achieves fast focusing, that is, when you adjust the focal length from 19mm to 38mm or vice versa, the device can quickly and accurately focus on the target. And in the ZOOM operation interface, it can make users aware in which field of view they are when they are observing , and notify users which way they should switch to if they want to change the field of view. In terms of display resolution, the ZOOM series also achieved the FIRST. The ZH38 uses a 1440×1080 FHD OLED display, which has a greater improvement than the 1024×768 display resolution currently on the market. ZOOM supports ×1/×2/×3/×4 electronic zoom, with 20 times magnification eyepiece, the observation is clearer and more comfortable, which greatly enhances the human eye observation experience. Have you encountered a lag when the shutter is refreshing? I believe that when you use the buttons to change NUC, there will often be jams and noise. In order to solve this problem, InfiRay's engineers developed the first shutterless function. The Shutterless core module is adopted to nullify the shutter calibration, simplify the operation, and lower the energy consumption, making the imaging quieter and linear, ensuring the continuity of the picture and improve the user experience. Are you impressive with the clear imaging delivered by E6+V3 & E6Pro? Then please pay attention to ZOOM. The ZH38 is also equipped with uncooled Vox 12um 640×512 high resolution sensor featuring NETD ≤25mk (25°C, F#=1.0). And the ...

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