If you are looking for a thermal imaging scope with unprecedented image quality, you’ve come to the right place. We will cut to the chase and state this immediately: the best thermal imaging scope from Pulsar is, without a doubt, the Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 PRO.
But, if you already have a great scope (or binoculars) you love and are simply looking to make it thermal, you should then look at thermal imaging front attachments. And in this category, the award for the best clip on thermal scope goes straight to the Pulsar Krypton FXG. Now, let’s discuss those devices in more detail, shall we?
Let’s begin with the basics – both of them will grant you great image quality during day and night, whatever the weather. And here, we aren’t just speaking about their ability to see through rain, fog, or snow. We also talk about both of them being fully waterproof, meaning you don’t have to worry about the weather forecast.
To delve a little deeper, here are some of the reasons we consider Helion the best thermal imaging scope from Pulsar. First of all, it is the image quality. We can’t overstate how amazing it is, seriously. Thanks to the super-sensitive thermal imaging sensor, the Pulsar Helion 2XP50 PRO always delivers an image that is detailed, sharp, and clear. And with its 1800-meter detection range, you can be sure you will not miss a single animal in your field of view. Even further, actually – our brand ambassador tried observing a volcano from 32 kilometers and he succeeded.
But, speaking of detection range, we can’t ignore Krypton here. See, one of the reasons we awarded it with the best clip on thermal scope title was the fact that it can help you spot animals that are as far as two kilometers away. If that didn’t impress you, then we must admit you’re a tough crowd.
While Krypton’s sensor is slightly less sensitive than that of Helion’s, it still delivers great image quality, trust us on that. Otherwise, we wouldn’t have called it the best clip on thermal scope, right? And you should know that it isn’t just the sensor that determines the image quality – objective lens and image processing algorithms are just as important, and Krypton certainly has the best of them.
If by now, you are seriously considering upgrading your gear with the Krypton, you will be pleased to know that it is super easy to mount. You will detach and reattach it in seconds, meaning you will be able to switch from day optics to thermal vision easily and conveniently. It truly is a great choice for someone just getting to know the world of thermal vision. And trust us, there is a lot to know!
Even if you are a beginner, it doesn’t mean that you can’t get a Helion, though. It is super easy to use and super powerful, so why not if that’s what you’re aiming for? Plus, it will be an investment that will last you for years to come – Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 PRO is certainly fit for professional use, so you will continue to love it even after you’ve gained lots of experience.
So, which one will it be for you? The best thermal imaging scope, a.k.a. Helion, or the best thermal imaging front attachment, a.k.a. Krypton? The choice is yours!