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Pulsar thermal imagers now come with 3 sensitivity amplification levels

The Axion XM30F, the Axion 2 XQ, and the Axion 2 XQ LRF thermal imaging monoculars are the first devices in the Pulsar line-up offering the new feature – a selection of 3 sensitivity amplification levels for quality detection and recognition of the target in various observation conditions. 

The new feature replaces the previously used observation modes (Rocks / Forest / Identification, etc.). 

Sensitivity enhancement levels – Normal, High and Ultra – are software algorithms that allow the hunter to easily adapt to the ever-changing weather and temperature conditions and increase the accuracy of long-range detection.  

When the temperature contrast decreases (e.g., fog, precipitation, high humidity), simply increase the amplification level.  

Combined with the new filtration algorithms with fine brightness and contrast adjustments, the amplification setting proves to be extremely useful when defining the animal’s trophy features and ensures clear rendering of objects and background in the field of view. 

The new feature will be built-in in most new and upcoming Pulsar devices.