Leupold Stevens and Seek Thermal teamed up to produce a thermal imager that will make the hunting community very happy. Check this out:

  • The compact thermal imager is only 5.6 inches long and weighs less than 10 ounces.
  • A 21 degree field of view, 6x digital zoom, and has a thermal detection (see note below) distance of up to 600 yards.
  • The LTO-Tracker has 6 optional thermal palettes (white hot, black hot, etc.) and a user controlled reticle (see note below) for quick acquisition of the target.
  • The LTO-Tracker sports a Leupold Gold Ring and is Designed, Machined, and Assembled in the United States.
  • Thermal Sensor: 206 x 156
  • Operating Temperature: -4F to 140F
  • Temperature Detection Range: -40F to 572F
  • Fixed Focus With 6X Digital Zoom
  • Display: Direct View 1.22″ Round
  • Display Resolution: 240 x 204 px
  • Startup Time: < 3 seconds
  • Detection Distance: 600 Yards
  • Battery: CR123 – 10 Hours Continuous Use
  • M.S.R.P. $699 availability looks good for April 2017


  1. in thermal parlance, detection means that you will see a heat source, recognition range is the range that allows you to determine what your target is. The LTO has a recognition range of about 100-140 yards.
  2. the controlled reticle does not perform a fire control function. The LTO is not a thermal weapons sight but rather an observation tool.
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