Tips for using night vision scopes
It would be useful to exchange tips on using night vision equipment. This can be very useful, and is more complicated than binoculars.
- How do you avoid getting night blind on the eye using the scope?
- How do you watch wildlife on trees, for example squirrels and owls? I find that the temperature contrast between branches, leaves and the sky obscures the animals.
- Is there an option on Pulsar scopes to make contrast non-linear: most objects are very uniform, but 5% hottest ones are very different? I would love if hottest objects – possible animals – stood out. Ground, grass, trees, rocks etc. are just a distraction. I use them only to notice the surroundings of the animal to pick it without the scope.