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Thermal Vs Nv For Spotting

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I am a complete novice to any of these devices, which would be better to use as just a handy spotting device at night while on foot ? What's the pros and cons of each, for mainly spotting rabbits foxes ECT.

 

I have seen a Bushnell Equinox Z night vision 6x50 for under 300 quid, seems very cheap to me. But going off review's on the net and vids on youtube looks a decent bit of kit for not a lot of money. Anybody actually used these ? Or no of anything similar for that kind of money that will pic rabbits up at a decent distance ? Any info much appreciated, cheers atb

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After getting a thermal I would use nothing else for spotting

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After getting a thermal I would use nothing else for spotting

I was going to fire questions at you mate,but I just found your response on another thread :thumbs:

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I am a complete novice to any of these devices, which would be better to use as just a handy spotting device at night while on foot ? What's the pros and cons of each, for mainly spotting rabbits foxes ECT.

 

I have seen a Bushnell Equinox Z night vision 6x50 for under 300 quid, seems very cheap to me. But going off review's on the net and vids on youtube looks a decent bit of kit for not a lot of money. Anybody actually used these ? Or no of anything similar for that kind of money that will pic rabbits up at a decent distance ? Any info much appreciated, cheers atb

 

At a minimum you want a quantum lite xq30v, ideally you should spend more and get a Helion XQ38F or XP.

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