Leupold Debuts LTO-Tracker Thermal Optic

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posted on January 20, 2017
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The Leupold LTO-Tracker thermal viewer will allow hunters and trackers to see game and recover animals that have run off or fallen out of sight. The thermal viewer detects heat ranging from -40 F to 572 degrees Fahrenheit and displays it in different settings available to the user. With six color palettes to choose from, the user gets greater viewing accuracy.

The compact scope, or viewer, is just 5.6 inches long and weighs less than 10 ounces, allowing it to be carried in a pocket or pack. The LTO-Tracker is powered by a CR123 battery that will provide 10 hours of continuous operation.

The viewer has a 6x digital zoom and 21-degree field of view, and can detect game as far away as 600 yards. It can be used to check a field or trail for game when heading into your hunting area in the dark to ensure you don’t bump game. With an MSRP of $874.99, the Leupold LTO-Tracker is designed, machined and carries a 5-year electronics warranty. The MSRP of $874.99.

For more information, go to Leupold.com.

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