In its latest launch event, Pulsar listed off a host of new optics, and the new Pulsar - Thermion XQ35 Pro stands out as a rather interesting addition. As a thermal riflescope with a surprisingly long detection range (up to 1800 m), this Thermion is aimed at hunters who wish to get the most out of their hunting trip but wish to have a more cost-effective product from the Thermion series.
The Pulsar Thermion series is now in its second generation, and the new model not only looks like one of the must-have thermal imaging scopes of the season but is also packed full of clever technology. Along with a 384x288 resolution sensor built into the 880 g frame, the latest Thermion thermal scope has a pixel pitch of 17 µm and <25 mK NETD.
The Pulsar scope has a high-contrast HD AMOLED display with a 1024x768 resolution and 16 GB of built-in memory. Pulsar - Thermion offers picture-in-picture mode, which enables the hunter to see both a magnified image in a particular dialog box and the main image. The Thermion device is also compatible with the Pulsar Stream Vision 2 app – available for iOS and Android devices – through a Wi-Fi connection, which allows users to take full advantage of Pulsar devices.
- Thermion is IPX7 waterproof
- Operating temperature range: -25 - +50 °C
- APS2 external, APS3 external, APS5 internal battery
- Thermion features high caliber recoil resistance: 12 gauge, 9.3x64, .375H&H
- 5 shooting profiles/50 zeroing distances
- 10 reticle shapes in 9 color modes
|Click value, H/V, mm at 100 m||18 – 2.5x, 9 – 5x, 4.5 – 10x|
|Field of View, m@100 m||18.7|
|Eye relief, mm||50|
|Degree of protection||IPX7|