A NEW addition to Pulsar's thermal scope range, the Talion XQ38 is a robust, compact thermal scope with an abundance of functional and impressive features. It boasts a highly sensitive 384x288, 17 µm <40 mK NETD thermal imaging sensor for fantastic clarity at up to 1350m.
Unlike a few of its Pulsar Thermion equivalents, the Talion XQ38 has an interchangeable/rechargeable APS5 battery that allows up to 9 hours of operation time after just a single charge (depending on temperature). An impressive charge, allowing for an entire session when shooting at night.
At only 700g, this innovative new thermal imaging riflescope is incredibly lightweight, however, due to its rugged magnesium-alloy housing, the Talion XQ38 still retains a robust build that can take on even the harshest conditions. This magnesium alloy housing also serves as a heat sink, extracting the warmth generated by the device's inner electronics. To add to its durability, this compact device is also IPX7 waterproof, withstanding heavy rain and high humidity. It can even withstand immersion in 1m of water for up to half an hour. High calibre weapons are also no problem, as this riflescope is high recoil resistant, meaning it can be used with high calibre hunting rifles (9.3x64, .30-06, .300, .375H&H, etc.), as well as smooth-bore and pneumatic weapons.
- Highly sensitive 384x288, 17 µm <40 mK NETD thermal imaging sensor
- Long detection range of up to 1.8m tall object up to 1350m
- F38 F/1.2 objective lens
- Variable digital magnification from 2.5-10 (x4 zoom)
- 8 colour palettes
- Up to 9 hours battery life on a single charge (depending on temperature)
- Picture in Picture (PiP) mode
- Built-in video and still image recorder
- Stream Vision 2 compatible
- Built-in WiFi module
- High calibre recoil resistant (9.3x64, .30-06, .300, .375H&H, etc.)
- 5 zeroing profiles
- 10 electronic reticle configurations in 9 colour modes (inc. 3 scalable reticles)
- IPX7 waterproof
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