by American Hunter Staff - Saturday, April 29, 2017
The pocket-sized thermal optic is designed to help hunters find downed game, track blood trails and increase situational awareness. The LTO-Quest provides a temperature reading of the object being scanned and displays it on the screen. In addition to showing heat sources, the LTO-Quest has a built-in flashlight and camera, which allows you to capture and store up to 2,000 images.
“Leupold works closely with hunters to develop products to help them be more effective in the field,” said Tim Lesser, vice president of product development for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “The LTO-Quest gives hunters a pocket-sized tool to help recover game that may otherwise have been lost.”
The LTO-Quest features eight color filters, which can be cycled through using the device's three-button interface. An internal, rechargeable battery delivers four hours of run time and uses a standard micro USB for charging and image downloads.
The built-in flashlight has a maximum output of 300 lumens and offers user-adjustable power settings that can be set to meet the needs of its handler. The LTO-Quest features a 2.4" LCD screen and provides a 20-degree field of view with a 300-yard detection range. The handheld device is sized to fit in a pocket or small pouch.
For more information, go to Leupold.com.
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