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Axion XQ LRF
Manual
Axion XQ LRF

Table of contents

Mode

Observation mode selection

There are four observation modes: Forest (mode for low temperature contrast conditions), Rocks (mode for high temperature contrast conditions), Identification (high detail mode), and User (personalized brightness and contrast settings mode).

Option 1:

Press the UP (4) button briefly to switch the observation mode

Option 2:

  1. Press and hold the MENU (3) button to enter the main menu.
  2. Use the UP (4) / DOWN (2) buttons to select the Mode icon.
  3. Press the MENU (3) button briefly to enter the Mode submenu.
  4. Use the UP (4) / DOWN (2) buttons to select one of the modes described below.
  5. Press the MENU (3) button briefly to confirm the selection.

Forest Mode. The most suitable mode when searching and observing in the field against a background of foliage, shrubs and grass. This mode provides a high level of information on both the observed object and landscape details.

Rocks Mode. The most suitable mode for observing objects after a sunny day or in urban environments.

 Identification Mode. The most suitable mode for observation in adverse weather conditions (fog, mist, rain, snow). It allows the characteristic features of objects to be more clearly recognized. The increased detail may result in a small graininess of the image.

User Mode. It allows you to configure and save custom brightness and contrast settings, as well as one of the three other modes (Forest, Rocks, Identification) as the base.