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Chris Parkin reviews the new Accolade

Chris Parkin reviews the new Accolade

Pulsar’s latest binocular, or bi-ocular to be precise, is the next step onward in the field of thermal observation. For those familiar with Pulsar’s thermal units like the Helion and Quantum, this is basically a Helion XP50 640x480 pixel resolution sensor with a matching internal 640x480 AMOLED display screen, showing off an 1,800m detection range of a man-sized object in optimum conditions.
What’s new is that two eyepieces can be individually focused on the internal screen for a more balanced and less fatiguing view, according to Pulsar, and although very cynical initially, I now totally agree with this claim. The fact that you would lose night vision in both eyes, rather than just the one used for a monocular, still stands, but this issue isn’t always a problem, depending on what other kit you are using....

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