First Look: X-Vision Optics Beyond Thermal Binos

posted on May 28, 2024
TB200 And 300 Hero

X-Vision Optics has introduced the Beyond Series of Thermal Binoculars, specifically tailored to the needs of avid hunters who require both durability and clarity.

The Beyond 200 Thermal Binoculars harness advanced thermal imaging technology to detect heat signatures at up to 1,500 yards away. Equipped with high-resolution optics and thermal sensors, users can explore their surroundings in detail, even in complete darkness.

Top of binos

Meanwhile, the Beyond 300 Thermal Binoculars takes nighttime vision to new heights, boasting a 640x480 thermal sensor, 2-16x magnification and ranging capabilities out to 1,500 yards, even in the dark. As with the Beyond 200 series, the 300s are also capable of capturing photos and videos.

"At X-Vision Optics, we are committed to pushing the boundaries of what's possible in optical technology," said Chris Shimek, co-owner of X-Vision Optics. "With the launch of the Beyond Series Thermal Binoculars, we are proud to offer a comprehensive solution that meets the diverse needs of our customers."

Rear of Binos

Far from a mere toy, the Beyond Series of thermal binoculars should find a home in most every predator and hog hunter's pack. No longer limited to what is visible nearby through a monocle, or even worse, simply through a thermal scope, the Beyond Series of binoculars will allow hunters to sweep the landscape for targets near and far. Even better, the range-finding capability of the thermal binos will allow shooters to better gauge target distances. Of course, no one is shooting anywhere near 1500 yards at night. However, navigating at night can be disorienting, and knowing whether that sounder of hogs is 800 or 1300 yards distance can be invaluable information to have when planning an approach. More conventionally, when in shooting range, the rangefinder can help determine exact holdover, which is generally a tricky prospect in the dark.

For more information about the Beyond Series Thermal Binoculars from X-Vision Optics, please visit MSRP: $5499.99-$6999


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