Pulsar just announced a new thermal riflescope which is the first-ever to use the high-end 640×480, 12 micron sensor made by BAE (BAE Systems).
The Pulsar Thermion XG50 (3-24×42) uses a 1024×768 HD AMOLED full-color display screen to transfer what the BAE sensor sees to your eyes.
The detection range is 2,400 yards and the device has a 8x digital zoom. With a 3x base magnification the Field Of View is 46 feet at 100 yards.
The Thermion XG50 can store 5 rifle profiles and offers 13 variable electronic reticles and one-shot zeroing freeze function. Some of these features were recently tested (up to 300 meters) in our review of the Pulsar Trail 2 LRF XP50 Thermal Imaging Riflescope, and they worked great.
As usual there is Pulsar’s built-in video recording, color palette options and a rechargeable battery pack system.
Pulsar’s new product announcement reads:
(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – Pulsar is delighted to announce the release of the ultra-powerful Thermion XG50 thermal riflescope. This unprecedented riflescope boasts 640×480 microbolometer strength and 12-micron pixel detail to detect heat signatures up to 2,400-yards. As the first-ever riflescope to combine a BAE sensor, onboard recording and multiple color palettes, the XG50 is in a class of its own.
Its 1024×768 AMOLED display gives users stunningly clear images, and its continuous, digital zoom ensures varmint, hogs and big-game are easily located. With a stadiametric rangefinder and rock, forest and identification viewing modes, the XG50 misses nothing. The XG50 also boasts a defective pixel repair feature, guaranteeing long-lasting quality.
The Thermion XG50 features:
·640×480 microbolometer strength
·12-micron pixel detail
·2,400-yard detection range
·Rechargeable battery pack
·Multiple color palettes
·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
Here’s a promo video for PULSAR the Thermion XG50:
Price & Availability:
The price is set at around $7,200.00 (MSRP). The XG50 will not be coming to Europe. However, the Krypton FXG50, Pulsar’s New Thermal Vision Front Attachment (with a sensor Made in the US) can be found in Europe.
According to Pulsar, the Thermion XG50 is already in the hands of dealers but will only be available from a small number of exclusive dealers.
For more information check out: www.pulsarnv.com/pulsar-thermion-xg