Kids love to use the term ‘hot right now’, and I think that description might just apply to thermal imaging! Everyone who’s hunted at night has no doubt wished for just a bit more information than the trusty spotlight can provide. When I first reviewed handheld thermal imagers back in 2015, I’d used some top-end thermal imaging (TI) gear for hunting and was keen to see how the affordable technology stacked up; the simple answer was that it worked. Now, four years later, hunters talk about TI gear in a similar vein to buying a new scope; it’s not some expensive bleeding-edge technology – it’s becoming mainstream. In 2105, we reviewed the FLIR TH24 and 32 handheld units. My findings back then were that both units gave the night hunter a real advantage; so, what’s changed with FLIR in the past four years?
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