Help With Choosing Your Bering Optics Thermal Or NV Device & FAQs

  • Understanding Thermal Scopes and Night Vision Devices Caliber Ratings and Consequences

    We often get asked about the consequences of mounting a thermal scope, a thermal clip-on attachment, or a night vision sight on a heavy recoil rifle. What's the maximum recoil a thermal scope can withstand? Will it malfunction immediately or work for a while? What about the warranty? Let's figure it out!
  • Using Ballistic Calculators for Long-Range Shooting with Super Hogster LRF and Super Yoter LRF

    Enhance long-range night hunting with Super Yoter LRF & Super Hogster LRF using ballistic calculators for precision beyond "Kentucky Windage" limits.

  • HOGINATOR: The Cutting-Edge App from Bering Optics

    Introducing HOGINATOR from Bering Optics

    Bering Optics presents the HOGINATOR app, a groundbreaking solution for Apple and Android devices. Designed for seamless integration with Bering's WiFi-enabled thermal scopes and clip-ons, the app offers real-time streaming, direct photo/video recording, and customized Ballistic Reticle creation for specific models. Elevate your night hunting experience by downloading HOGINATOR on the App Store or Google Play today!

  • How to Zero Bering Optics Hogster Charge Digital Night Vision Scopes "In-One-Shot"

    This guide provides a step-by-step "single-shot" zeroing method for Bering Optics Hogster Charge Digital Night Vision Scopes. Follow the instructions to effectively zero your scope and verify its accuracy with minimal effort.

  • Comparing Professional and Mass-Production Digital Night Vision Scopes

    Professional digital night vision scopes perform better than mass-production scopes, especially in low-light conditions. Understanding the underlying technology and comparing nighttime capabilities is crucial when selecting a digital night vision scope.

  • How Wi-Fi Streaming Works on Bering Optics Thermal Scopes & Why It's Not Just Entertainment, but a Safety Feature

    Available in Hogster, Super Hogster, Super Yoter series, and most monoculars. Activate Wi-Fi in the scope, connect your phone/tablet to the Wi-Fi, and use the Bering Optics app to view and record replication of your scope view. An essential safety feature for guiding beginners and monitoring their shots opportunities. Stay smart and safe with Wi-Fi streaming.
  • How to Zero Bering Optics Thermal Scopes "In-One-Shot"

    Zeroing your thermal scope is an essential step for accurate shooting. This guide will walk you through the "one-shot" zeroing process for Bering Optics Thermal Scopes, allowing you to achieve accuracy with minimal effort.
  • Frequently Asked Questions About Installation of A Thermal Clip-On on Picatinny Rail In Front Of A Daytime Scope

    Explore our comprehensive FAQ blog post to learn about the installation of a thermal clip-on on a Picatinny rail in front of a daytime scope. Get insights on the advantages of the LaRue mount over the standard QD mount, the optimal height for daytime scope rings, and more.
  • Efficient One-Shot Zeroing for Thermal Clip-On Attachment: A Step-by-Step Guide

    In this guide, we will provide a comprehensive, step-by-step tutorial on efficiently zeroing a Thermal Clip-on Attachment using the "one-shot" zeroing method.
  • HOW TO DECIDE BETWEEN A THERMAL SIGHT, A CLIP-ON OR BOTH?

    In this article, we share our personal hunting experiences to help you decide between a thermal sight, clip-on, or both. We discuss various scenarios, such as day-to-night hunting transitions, long-range predator control, and stalking hogs. Additionally, we explore the benefits of convertible clip-ons like Hogster-C and Super Yoter-C that can also serve as thermal monoculars. Consider your specific needs and preferences when making your choice.
  • HOW TO CHOOSE A THERMAL SIGHT THAT FITS YOUR PURPOSE THE BEST AND IS NOT OVERPRICED

    Discover the World of Thermal Sights: Simple & Easy Explanations

    In this blog post, we delve into the workings of thermal sights and the factors influencing their image quality. We start by exploring how thermal sights capture and display images by converting thermal radiation into a visible format. Next, we discuss the role of objective lenses, thermal cores, and display resolutions in determining the quality of the images produced. Additionally, we touch upon the importance of weight considerations and various on-board features that can enhance your hunting experience. Finally, we offer guidance on how to choose the right thermal sight to meet your specific needs, ensuring a satisfying and efficient hunting experience.