Pulsar has released the firmware update 3.1 for their flagship thermal riflescope, the Thermion 2 LRF XP50 Pro. This brilliant update introduces ballistic calculations for accurate long-distance shooting and allows the device to be paired with the new Stream Vision Ballistics mobile application. Users must ensure they have the updated version 1.0.3 of the mobile app to ensure correct ballistic calculations.
The firmware update brings a ballistic algorithm to the Pulsar Thermion 2 LRF XP50 Pro, enabling trajectory calculations and displaying the suggested point of aim on the riflescope's screen (much like Swarovski’s DS scope). This feature can be activated in the LRF settings in the main menu of the scope. The Bluetooth connection on the scope needs to be activated to pair it with the Stream Vision Ballistics app.
The new mobile application by Pulsar allows users to create multiple individual ballistic profiles and upload them to the thermal scope. Once the profiles are successfully uploaded, users can disconnect from the app, and the calculations will be performed by the scope itself.
In addition to the ballistic enhancements, the firmware update optimises the workflow of the laser rangefinder (LRF) in the riflescope. The update introduces additional distance indications on the screen next to the reticule and streamlines the use of the LRF with two short presses of the LRF button for precise distance assessment.
Furthermore, the firmware update improves the digital zoom functionality, making the transition between zoom levels smoother and more like using an optical zoom. This enhancement reduces discomfort when the field of view rapidly decreases, allowing users to keep their eye on the target while zooming in.
Overall, the firmware update 3.1 for Pulsar’s Thermion 2 LRF XP50 Pro brings significant improvements to the device's ballistic capabilities, LRF usage, and digital zoom functionality, enhancing the overall shooting experience for users.
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