Pulsar engineers and users decided to find an answer to what to do when you're in the woods hunting during the day and plan to stay into the night? Carry two rifles? Switch day scope with the NV as the twilight falls?
The DFA from Pulsar comes in as the world's first digital frontal daylight scope attachment. Compact comparing to longer dedicated scopes and light (0.65 kg) it is not a burden in even a small backpack. Adding an exceptional night vision capability to one's favorite daylight scope is done simply and quickly with DFA.
No need to change anything in a day scope - the trusted zero will remain intact when the sun comes up. Considering the cost-performance dimension - the balance is clearly in favor of the DFA..
- Easy to attach to the day scope
- Retains the original zero of the scope
- Invisible Laser IR illuminator
- Works with high magnification scopes
- User friendly interface
- External power supply
- Wide operating temperature range
- Wireless remote control
- Video out
First ever seen by the press: the Pulsar brand is unavailing it's newest creation in Gen. 2+ Night Vision riflescopes.
The scope with a poetic name: Argus - will feature the word's first integrated Laser rangefinder and electronic reticle in an analog device.
First ever seen by the press:
The laser range finding capability comes to the scope that started it all:
the Digisight series of night vision riflescopes will now feature an integrated Laser rangefinder.
The Pulsar neck strap is designed to be fixed to the devices which are equipped with ¼ inch tripod socket. It can be used with thermal imagers Quantum/ Quantum S and night vision devices Challenger and others.