Pulsar is kicking off the new year with a dynamic new riflescope that capitalizes on the popularity of thermal imaging tech used among law enforcement, first responders and hunters: the Trail Thermal Riflescope.

The Trail Thermal Riflescope from Pulsar features top-of-the-line aspheric germanium optics, enabling small details like the hair on your skin to be visible in detail at close range, the press release says. It also features on-board video recording with 8gb of storage, friendly remote control operation and WiFi. The scope pairs with smartphones and tablets to enable use of Pulsar’s Stream Vision app, available on both Android and IOS, which lets your friends watch your shooting adventures in real time.

Pulsar’s robust Trail Thermal Riflescope is IPX7 waterproof-rated and capable of detecting heat signatures up to 2000 yards away. Meanwhile, Trail XP models will come with an advanced thermal sensor with  640×480 pixel resolution and an AMOLED micro-display at the same resolution.

If you want to get a closer look at the Trail, visit Pulsar at SHOT Show in Las Vegas next month. They’ll be at booth 11924. There’s no official price yet, but a Pulsar rep told that the MSRP will likely fall somewhere between $3,000 and $5,000, and they’ll be out in the second quarter of 2017.

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