First Look: Night Optics SVTS-80 Fusion Thermal Riflescope

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posted on January 24, 2018
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Night Optics has unveiled its new SVTS-80 Fusion thermal riflescope that combines night vision with thermal overlay for fast target acquisition and identification. The scope has continuous calibration to prevent screen freeze-up, and the company has added its Heat Tracker feature, which identifies the next heat signature with an arrow pointing to the target outside of the visible screen.

With an MSRP of $1,199, the SVTS-80 Fusion model offers great value. The continuous scan of the SVTS-80 Fusion in night vision helps your eye stay focused when locating targets, while the thermal operates as an overlay, meaning it is easier to see and acquire targets with less eye strain and adjustment.

For more information, go to nightoptics.com.

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