Hunting in darkness is a unique challenge: your vital sense of sight is severely impaired and the risk of not being successful, or even making a wrong decision, is high. The nighttime and dusk play an important role for hunters, however, especially when it comes to hunting wild boars.
It's time to handle the night with the ZEISS DTI 3/35. The outstanding thermal imaging camera with the intuitive ErgoControl operating concept was developed by fellow hunters, for hunters.
Outstanding optics in familiar ZEISS quality
Simply seeing something at night isn't enough – you also have to be able to accurately identify what you see. After all, the difference between a boar and the lead sow often lies in the details. That's why the high-resolution HD LCOS display delivers images with the exact level of detail you need to reliably identify your target – even in total darkness.
Stalking at night requires a great deal of attention. ZEISS developed the ErgoControl operating concept so the use of the optics does not cause any distractions: With the intelligent positioning of the buttons, each function can be controlled intuitively. The perfectly shaped control elements can be identified quickly – even when wearing gloves.
Live Streaming via Hunting App
Nature behaves very differently in the dark than in the daylight. This means you can observe fascinating moments that are so unique, you want to save them and share them with others. Using the ZEISS Hunting App, hunters can transfer data from the DTI 3/35 directly to a smartphone via WLAN and even live stream their nighttime hunting adventures.
The innovative design of the optics allows for one-handed operation. This is optimized for both left-handed and right-handed users. The ergonomic shape of the device enables a natural posture of the hand, with the fingertips resting directly on top of the controls. This favors long and fatigue-free observation.
It's often the details that make the difference: The fine, gradual zoom adjustment in increments of 0.5x offers the perfect combination of magnification and detail recognition. This means that hunters can quickly recognize even small details in the animals they are observing, which is the key to accurately identifying them in the dark.