monocular

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monocular

a device for use with one eye, such as a field glass
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The company specializes in thermal binoculars, cameras, scopes, monoculars clip-on scopes and other thermal imaging devices.
These are designed for night-time surveillance and as well as being fitted to an infantryman's helmet, they can also be used as a hand-held monocular system, or mounted on a tripod.
StalkIR(R) is one of the highest performance and smallest clip-on thermal monoculars available.
Dalis will be promoting Fraser Optics' full line of optics including the LE Series and Mariner Series Monolite, the only handheld gyro-stabilized monocular in the world and the Mariner Series 14x40mm Gyro-Stabilized Binocular as recently reviewed in the October issue of Popular Science.
Also known as the Universal[TM] Thermal Monocular, this clip-on system is the smallest device of its kind and serves as both a surveillance tool and a weapon sight.
Safeware will be promoting Fraser Optics' LE Series and Mariner Series Monolite, the only handheld gyro-stabilized monocular in the world and the Mariner Series 14x40mm Gyro-Stabilized Binocular as recently reviewed in the October issue of Popular Science.
Its new product lines of state-of-the-art, tactical head- or weapon-mounted thermal goggles and monoculars are considered the smallest, most cost-effective systems in the world.
Fraser Optics' monoculars and binoculars are globally recognized as the best in the world and OpticsPlanet's vision to include our product line is a commitment to continually providing their customers the finest available items.
I ended by lamenting the fact that so few makers offer monoculars these days and their numbers are getting smaller all the time.
Not only do our customers enjoy the fact that they can use their night vision starting in the late afternoon in the fall and winter, but our night vision monoculars have become very popular stocking stuffers for Christmas and New Years,'" says a Rigel Optics spokesman.
A lot of folks -- hunters and shooters, included -- are not aware that monoculars exist.