First Look: InfiRay Hybrid 75 Dual Purpose Thermal Sight

It's a monocular and a gun sight, all in one package.

posted on March 23, 2024

iRayUSA, the US based distributor for InfiRay Outdoor thermal optics is adding a new product to their Hybrid family of thermal firearms sights with features such as a 75mm objective lens, 4x base level magnification, custom reticle choices and an onboard ballistics computer. 

“The Hybrid 75 is the go-to option for night hunters looking to stretch out to greater distances,” said Pliny Gale, iRayUSA Director of Marketing. “This model incorporates features of industry-leading Rico HD (RS75) and the proven Hybrid 50mm. While most shooters will use this as a dedicated weapon sight, the ability to use the Hybrid as a thermal clip-on allows it to do double duty and do some work on an additional rifle.”

The Hybrid 75 brings together the capabilities of a thermal clip-on device and a traditional thermal firearms sight to create a unique thermal device that gives users a wide latitude of versatility and performance, all in the one package. The combination of the Hybrid’s low distortion orthoscopic eyepiece and a 1.03 inch 2560×1920 display provides comfortable viewing as a dedicated sight, while still maintaining the pixel density and resolution for use as a clip-on optic.  

InfiRay Hybrid 75 Specifications:

  • Objective Focal Length: 75mm
  • Detection Range: 3600 Yards
  • Optical Magnification: 4x
  • Digital Magnification: 8x
  • Objective Lens Material: Germanium
  • Horizontal Angular FOV: 5.9 degrees
  • Vertical Angular FOV: 4.4 degrees
  • Objective Lens: 75mm
  • Focusing Mechanism: Manual   
  • Objective f : 1.0
  • Eye Relief: 60mm
  • Display: AMOLED
  • Display Resolution: 2560x1920 pixels

The new Hybrid 75 has an MSRP of $7,999, and to learn mor about this dual-purpose optic or other thermal and optical sights sold by InfiRay, please visit


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