We are proud to introduce you our new thermal imaging riflescope – Pulsar TRAIL 2 LRF XP50. The upgraded riflescope boasts significantly increased thermal sensitivity, image detail and ruggedness providing hunters ever more accuracy when hunting in complex conditions.
TRAIL 2 LRF XP50 uses a new 640x480 pixel, 17µm uncooled micro-bolometric thermal sensor with 40 millikelvin (mK) noise equivalent temperature difference (NETD), which ensures perfect detail recognition even in toughest weather conditions when thermal contrast is low.
It distinguishes the smallest temperature differences during the rainfall, fog or cold mornings which are the most difficult conditions for a thermal imager, thus providing hunters with a clear view.
With the new 40mK NETD sensor Pulsar TRAIL 2 LRF XP50 defines a new standard for thermal imaging riflescopes, as most mainstream hunting thermal imaging devices have sensors with NETD values ranging from 70 to 50 mK.
Another new feature – a full-color, 1024x768 pixel HD AMOLED display that delivers crisp, richly contrasted, vividly colored picture, AMOLED technology ensures flawless, fluid, high-resolution imaging and power saving.
Pulsar TRAIL 2 LRF XP50 now employs a new complex wide-angle six-lens eyepiece, which increases the field of view by 20% compared to the previous model. Combined with the HD quality AMOLED display, the eyepiece delivers a rich and deep image perception.
These capabilities now come in a new shockproof, rugged yet lightweight magnesium alloy housing which is designed to withstand recoils of high caliber rifles. Increased structural rigidity reduces vibrations during the shot and leads to enhanced ballistics while properties of magnesium alloy help to ensure better heat dissipation.
Pulsar TRAIL 2 LRF XP50 has also an expanded up to 16 GB internal memory for recording HD videos in .mp4 format using a built-in recorder.
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