With a digital zoom, the Pulsar Thermion XG50 identifies heat signatures out to 2,400 yards.
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Whether on duty or heading afield, it pays to own the night. From Afghanistan to a coyote hunt, shooter employ the advantage of night vision and thermal optics to good effect. Now Pulsar adds to the list of high-end optics available with the release of the Thermion XG50.

Pulsar Thermion XG50

The Thermion XG50 utilizes feature 640×480 microbolometer strength and 12-micron pixel detail. The system detects heat signature up to a remarkable 2,400 yards away.

An industry first, it combines a BAE sensor, onboard recording and multiple color palettes, according to Pulsar. A 1024×768 AMOLED display gives users clear images. Meanwhile, a continuous, digital zoom ensures shooters locate varmint, hogs or big-game.

The optic includes a stadiametric rangefinder, withe rock, forest and identification viewing modes. The XG50 also boasts a defective pixel repair feature, which helps guarantee the optic will last, according to Pulsar.

Make no mistake, this is game-changing technology for most shooters. As such, it comes at a premium price, retailing for around $7,200.

Thermion XG50 Features

  • 640×480 microbolometer strength
  • 12-micron pixel detail
  • 2,400-yard detection range
  • Rechargeable battery pack
  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • BAE sensor
  • Multiple color palettes
  • Onboard video and audio recording
  • Stream Vision app compatibility
  • Manual, semi- and automatic calibration modes
  • External power supply adaptability
  • 13 variable electronic reticles
  • 5 rifle profiles
  • One-shot zeroing freeze function
  • MSRP: $7,199.96

For more information, visit pulsarnv.com.

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