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Leupold Upgrades Thermal Line With LTO-Tracker HD and LTO-Quest HD

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Leupold & Stevens, Inc. has upgraded its award-winning thermal imager line with the introduction of the LTO-Tracker™ HD and LTO-Quest™ HD.


Designed to be compact and light enough to take on even the farthest backcountry hunt, the LTO-Tracker shows hunters the heat signature of game, blood trails and more – day or night. The new LTO-Tracker HD takes things to another level: the second-generation thermal sensor detects heat out to 750 yards and a new 390×390 pixel full circle display offers improved resolution. The LTO-Tracker HD will feature new Copper and Range color palettes not previously offered. It is capable of detecting temperatures from -40°F to 572°F and will perform in temperatures from -4°F to 140°F.


The LTO-Quest delivers a powerful handheld thermal device, a camera and a dual-mode 300 lumen flashlight all in a single piece of gear. The LTO-Quest HD uses an advanced thermal sensor to extend its detection range out to 750 yards and provides storage space for up to 3,000 images. The 320×240 pixel display has been ruggedized with Gorilla® Glass. The unit features four hours of continuous use.

“When we launched the LTO-Tracker and LTO-Quest, we knew it was just the beginning,” said Tim Lesser, vice president of product development for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “The new LTO-Tracker HD and LTO-Quest HD represent the next step for the line – they offer superior detection distance and a bevy of other features that make them essential gear, akin to a binocular or rangefinder.”

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2 Responses to “Leupold Upgrades Thermal Line With LTO-Tracker HD and LTO-Quest HD”

  1. James says:

    Look forward to the tracker HD, and further advancements. The 30mm tube and diminutive size make it a very versatile piece of gear. Perfect for pocket carry and with a 30mm qd ring you can mount to a spotting scope .

  2. Mark says:

    These handhelds look nice, Leupold, but how about a weapons mounted one?