Bering Optics Super Yoter Review!


Bering Optics Super Yoter Review with Thermal Videos coming soon YouTube... but my blog is going to read it first!  


Let's start with the specs: 640 Resolution, 12 Micron, 3x - 12x Magnfication, 50 HZ, FOV (46 Feet at 100 yards). 50 mm Focusable Objective Lens, Weight (20 oz.), Internal Video Recording, Detection Range 2200 yards, Battery setup (2 CR123A), LaRue QD Mount, 4 Year Warranty, Price $4,595.

Pros: 1) Great picture image for the price and very comparable to many of 640 resolution optics on the market  2) Includes standard LaRue Tactical QD Mount (tested and works great) 3) Video Recording (always a plus in my book!)  4) Small in size, weight, and footprint (could be used as a monocular as well)  5) 4 year warranty (Above the industry average)  6) Very Good App (InfiRay Outdoor) 7) Picture in Picture Display (PiP)

Cons: 1) Does not record audio (use to it.. it is what it is)  2) CR123's run for 3 hours in warm weather... You will need an external battery pack if you hunt in cold weather!  3) Kinda hard to understand what the menu icons means (Not a huge deal but I get a lot of calls about this). 4) PiP does not show up on videos (doesn't really matter, but you definitely need to know!)

Who is this optic good for?:  I really see this as an ideal thermal scope for Coyote hunters because of the 3x base magnification.  Remember!.. it's important to purchase an optic that you rarely have to increase the base magnification.  Every time you double the magnification you cut your resolution and picture quality in half!  So yes.. this is perfect for coyote hunters but if you are a hog hunter and the vast majority of your shots are over a hundred yards, I would recommend that you also take a close look at the Super Yoter.

Overall Thoughts:  This is a heck of a deal from Bering Optics.  Great picture quality at sub 5K.  Awesome!  Would love to see an optic from BO with rechargeable batteries or 18650's.  Also, BO says 2200 yard detection.. that's cool, but most importantly is what is the ID range.  I'd say conservatively, 400 ID range (That's being able to tell the difference between a coyote and a small deer).  Honestly, the ID range is probably further based on experience level.

As always, thank you for giving Outdoor Legacy Gear the opportunity to earn your business.  Call and talk to me directly about this or any another optic.  You can find our phone number in the contact tab above...

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Good Luck in the Fields,

Hans 

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