TFB Review: Pulsar Thermion DUO DXP50 Daytime & Thermal Riflescope

This is a review of the Pulsar Thermion DUO DXP50 Multispectral Scope, which is one of the coolest riflescopes I have ever used. You could probably buy the DUO, and never ever have to own anything else. The 4K CMOS day camera replaces your ordinary optical sight and does a good enough job for almost all possible applications. At night, you can switch to the high-end thermal and continue hunting. The solution is packed into a riflescope that mounts with normal 30 mm rings and looks more or less identical to a traditional one.

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POTD: Pulsar Thermion DUO DXP50 Multispectral Riflescope

The Ruger Precision rifle is a great host for various optics. In this Photo Of The Day, it’s carrying the brand new Pulsar Thermion DUO DXP50. So what’s so cool about this digital optic? It looks like a normal riflescope, but it combines a 4K daylight camera with a powerful thermal sensor.

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TFB Review: Infiray FAST FAL19 – Red Dot Thermal Fusion Sight

This is a review of the Infiray Fast FAL19 34mm Red-Dot Thermal Fusion Scope. TFB were among the first to get a sample to try out this brand-new product and technology, and we had a lot of fun doing so. The FAL19 sight offers a combination between an EOTech-style reticle and a thermal overlay, for a thermal fusion effect. If you don’t need the thermal (and want to save batteries), there is a simple red or green dot only also.

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TFB Review: InfiRay Clip 1 and Jerry C Clip-On Thermal Imagers

This is a review of the InfiRay Clip 1 CE2 and Jerry C C5 clip-on thermal imagers (COTI). These small wonders of technology will snap directly onto the ring of a PVS-14 night vision device. Once set and installed, you will get configurable thermal detection capabilities on top of your night vision.

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New Pulsar Thermion Duo DXP50: 4k Full-Color Daytime + Thermal Riflescope

Pulsar has released the new Thermion Duo DXP50, their first multispectral hunting riflescope. The new riflescope combines the effectiveness of thermal imaging detection at any time of the day, with the comfort of full-color daytime observation. The Thermion Duo DXP50 is based on the same components as Pulsar’s flagship thermal imaging riflescope Thermion 2 XP50 Pro, which we recently reviewed here (LRF version).

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Friday Night Lights: Rayvn Rail – PVS14 + FLIR BREACH Bridge

Hello reader. If this is your first time here at Friday Night Lights then Welcome! We focus this weekly column on night vision and thermal technologies. This includes night vision goggles, thermal sights and all the various accessories related to them. This week we take a look at a project I have been helping for the past year. The Rayvn Rail is a bridge to mount a PVS-14 and a FLIR BREACH onto a helmet. Let’s dive in and take a closer look.

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Friday Night Lights: PSQ-36 L3Harris Fusion Goggle System (FGS) aka Fusion Binos

Well, this is another night vision bucket list item for Friday Night Lights. I assume you recognize the featured image and the name. Yep, that’s right, we get to take a deep dive into an L3Harris FGS (Fusion Bino) aka PSQ-36. Thanks to some very nice people for lending these for us to check out.

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New AGM Global Vision Fuzion Series Monoculars

The AGM Global Vision Fuzion handheld thermal and optical bi-spectrum monoculars are equipped with a high sensitivity thermal detector and an ultra-low light optical detector. Combined with a display and eyepiece, the Fuzion model line can quickly detect hiding objects even under extreme environments such as smoke, fog, rain, snow, etc. The use can be applied to multiple scenarios like patrol, search and rescue and hunting. The MSRP ranges from $2,200 to $3,039.

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[SHOT 2022] CoreVision AVS-ITS – Thermal Fusion Binocular

One of the most highly anticipated things in the world of night vision is the CoreVision thermal fusion binocular. The AVS-ITS is a modular binocular that leverages to bring thermal fusion to the civilian market.

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Friday Night Lights: PSQ-20 vs InfiRay JerryF – Fusion Monocular Duel

If you have been following my Friday Night Lights series, I have written about the PSQ-20 before but didn’t realize the generational changes until I acquired the final and older PSQ-20. Today we will take a look at the first PSQ-20 and compare it against a newcomer from China. The same people who made the JerryC, InfiRay, have made their own take on the PSQ-20 and call it the JerryF. Let’s do another deep dive into some thermal fusion monoculars. The Friday Night Lights series is sponsored by ATN Corp, manufacturers of night vision and thermal optics like the THOR LT. As with all of our sponsored series, Friday Night Lights will continue to bring you unbiased news and reviews from a variety of companies.

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Friday Night Lights: ITT Exelis PSQ-20A – Thermal Fusion Monocular

I see you are back for some more photonic goodness. We turn the clock back and take a look at something a bit older. The ITT Exelis PSQ-20A thermal fusion monocular. We saw its latest iteration in the L3 ENVG PSQ-20B. This one is a little different and we dive deep to take a closer look at this version. The Friday Night Lights series is sponsored by ATN Corp, manufacturers of night vision and thermal optics like the THOR LT. As with all of our sponsored series, Friday Night Lights will continue to bring you unbiased news and reviews from a variety of companies.

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Pulsar Trionyx T3i Multispectral Binoculars – Fusion Night Vision

Earlier this year Pulsar sent us a really interesting new toy, and it has now been made official. Pulsar calls it a new generation of multispectral binoculars, named Trionyx T3/T3i. With these magic binoculars, you get a combination of thermal, digital night vision and overlay fusion imaging. The Trionyx T3/T3i models are designed for hunting, search and rescue, personal security, and outdoor recreation.

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Friday Night Lights: Steiner CQT – Thermal Fusion Red Dot

Two years ago at SHOT Show 2019, we saw the Steiner CQT for the first time. At GunFest 2021, the Steiner Rep brought out the Steiner CQT. We were all excited to check it out and the Steiner Rep let me borrow it for a more in-depth review. So let’s dive in and take close look at the CQT.

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Friday Night Lights: Optics1 ECOTI – Enhanced Clip-On Thermal Imager

Last month I reviewed the Jerry-C ECOTI. Before that I reviewed the Safran Optics1 COTI. Well, during the week of the virtual SHOT SHOW, TNVC announced that they are now selling the Optics1 ECOTI to the public. Before that, it was restricted to law enforcement and military sales only. My friend Kevin had ordered the Optics1 ECOTI and so we got together to compare all the COTIs together.

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Friday Night Lights: SKEETIRX Micro Thermal Imaging Monocular

If you remember, one of the items on my ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS post was a SKEETIRX. Well Christmas came early thanks to my friend Earl. He lent me an old BAE Systems SKEETIRX and it definitely works as advertised. Let’s take a closer look at this tiny thermal monocular that packs a punch in resolution and detection.

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