Powerful Thermal Optics
Combining its highly sensitive 400×300 17µm <50mK NETD thermal sensor with a powerful 35mm f1.2 objective lens means this intuitive front attachment will provide detailed thermal imagery, presented onto a 1024×768 OLED display, with a 50Hz frame rate ensuring a consistently smooth and discernible image at all times, even when observed objects are in motion.
For an even greater viewing experience, this front attachment offers a smooth 2x-4x digital zoom, with a large 10.66° x 8.0° of view opening up the observation area even more, revealing animals and objects that would otherwise have remained unobserved.
Adding an eyepiece to the rear of this front attachment when not fixed to the riflescope will allow it to be used as a convenient thermal imaging monocular.
One Step Installation
The Guide TA435 is compatible with multiple adaptor rings (40-70mm), meaning it will mount quickly and with ease onto the front of any standard day scope, transforming it into a thermal imaging device in just a matter of seconds — and there is no need to zero the day scope again once the device is attached.
Three Scene Modes
Three scene modes – Enhance, Highlight, and Default – are available, with one-button switching used to assist in adaptive adjustment within different environmental scenarios and situations. Enhance and Highlight modes will reduce image impurities and highlight the observed target effectively.
Multiple Colour Palettes
Offers four colour palettes to help the user adapt in any situation or environment, including White Hot, Black Hot, Green Hot, and Red Hot.
Optional Bluetooth Controller
An optional Bluetooth controller is available, allowing for greater autonomy and enhancing the comfort of operation by enabling control over the device’s digital functions.
Taking Thermal & Night Vision Outside of the UK.
Thermal imaging and night vision products are strictly controlled by ITAR regulations and are subject to UK Government Export Licensing Regulations. Dependent on specification, a licence may need to be obtained prior to the export, even temporarily (e.g. holiday), from the UK.
Additionally, some countries may be embargoed, and no thermal imagers or night vision devices can be taken or exported to them. It is the responsibility of the exporter, whether it be a company or individual, to ensure that such a licence is obtained.
Failure to comply is a criminal offence.