New in the world of optics at SHOT Show (PHOTOS)

Inteliscope offers a thermal camera in a mount that holds the user's smartphone. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Inteliscope offers a thermal camera in a mount that holds the user’s smartphone and runs on the phone’s power. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Inteliscope offers mounting brackets for both long guns and bows, allowing users affordable thermal imaging. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

inteliScope showed off mounting brackets for both long guns and bows, and the mounts are adjustable to hold most any smartphone.   With a price point is set to come in around $600, inteliScope offers users affordable thermal imaging. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

A view through the Inteliscope's thermal camera. The system uses your smartphone and a free reticle/ballistic app from the company. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

A view through the inteliScope’s thermal camera. The system uses your smartphone and a fully featured reticle/ballistic app. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Nikon debuted their first rangefinding binoculars, the LaserForce. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Nikon debuted their first rangefinding binoculars, the LaserForce 10×42.  With a maximum range of 1,900 yards, these binos are ideal for hunters, shooters, and game-watchers alike. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Bushnell introduced a new line of binoculars

Bushnell introduced a new line of Trophy Extreme binoculars and spotting scopes built for extreme conditions.  They include the 10×50, 12×50, and 8×56 shown here. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Bushnell debuted a line of new tactical riflescopes

Bushnell debuted a line of new tactical riflescopes called Tactical LRTS.  The trio in the center here are the 3-12×44 in black, and the 4.5-18×44, and 3-12×44 in FDE. They have a G3 Christmas tree style reticle and a ThrowHammer lever. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Vortex Optics showed off their new Diamondback riflescopes (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Vortex Optics showed off their new Diamondback Tactical riflescopes in 3-9×40 and 4-12×40 with MSRP starting at $379. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Vortex also made their first entry into the rangefinding binocular market with these Fury binos. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Vortex also made their first entry into the rangefinding binocular market with these compact Fury 10×42 binos with an MSRP of $1,599. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Burris optics introduced a pair of new lines of binoculars and rangefinders (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Burris optics introduced a pair of new lines of rugged binoculars and spotting scopes, the DropTine and Signature series (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

The new Burris spotting scope includes and integrally mounted red dot optic, allowing users to get on target quickly even at high magnification (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

The new Burris spotting scopes include an integrally mounted red dot optic, allowing users to get on target quickly even at high magnification (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Nikon showed off a new line of riflescopes called "Black" (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Nikon showed off a new line of precision riflescopes called  Black X1000 with a second focal plane system and 30mm tube. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Leupold debuted their LTO Tracker Thermal, a handheld thermal game recovery tool loaded with features with a range out to 600 yards. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Leupold debuted their LTO Tracker Thermal, a handheld thermal game recovery tool loaded with features with a range out to 600 yards. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Leupold showed off a new line of both hunting and hunting/long-range crossover optics with custom ballistic turrets (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Leupold showed off a new line of both hunting and hunting/long-range crossover optics –the VX-6HD series and the VX-3i LRP. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)