Axion F IR-matrix (microbolometer) based thermal imaging monoculars are represented by a number of models that differ in magnification and lens diameter.
These devices are designed for use both at night-time and during the day in difficult weather conditions (fog, smog, rain), as well as where obstacles are present that impede the detection of a target (branches, tall grass, dense shrubs etc.).
Unlike night-vision devices that are based on electron-optical converters, thermal vision monoculars do not require an external light source and are resistant to the effects of bright light.
Axion F monoculars can be used for night-time hunting, observation and terrain orientation, and carrying out rescue operations.
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