Pulsar Axion Thermal Monoculars

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  • Pulsar Axion Thermal Image Scope
  • Pulsar Axion Thermal Image Scope
  • Pulsar Axion Thermal Image Scope
  • Pulsar Axion Thermal Image Scope
£1,269.95

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Perfect for hunting, hiking or providing security, the Axion Thermal Imaging Scope is set to become a must have piece of equipment. The Axion Series is the smallest thermal imager designed by Pulsar, it is ultra-compact and housed within a robust, lightweight magnesium alloy body shell. The Axion includes a lot of new features but most importantly a new electronics platform and 320x240 12µm thermal sensor, providing exceptional image quality. AXION is designed on Pulsars new electronics platform that will be shared in the majority of their new products. New 12µm sensor with 320x240 pixel resolution is offering excellent image quality with excellent contrast and detail. In combination with high-grade germanium optics Axion ensures astonishing observation capabilities. The detection range of the XM38 reaches 1700m or 1850 yards for a man-sized object in pitch black. Optical magnification of Axion is the highest in class of compact thermal imaging monoculars (4.1 for XM30 and 5.5 for XM38), and it can be enhanced even more utilising 4x digital zoom. One of the features of the new electronics platform is the use of new HD AMOLED microdisplay. With 1024x768 resolution, it provides a very clear and vivid image and works well even in freezing weather.

Axion Key XM30 Specification:

  •  Microbolometer resolution, pixels and pixel pitch: 320x240 12 µm
  • Display type and resolution: LCOS 960x720
  • Objective Lens: F30 /1.2
  • Frame Rate:50hz
  • Magnification:2.5x to 10x with PIP
  • Range of Detection: 1300m
  • IPX7 Waterproof rated
  • Instant Start Up
  • No Video Recording, No Wifi, No Image capture facility.

Axion Key XM30 vs Axion XM30 - Whats the difference

The "Key" differences of the cheaper Axion Key XM30 is the display and functionality. Whilst the man sized detection performance remains the same at 1300m the Key has a magnification of 2.5x to 10x mag where as the XM30 is 4x to 16x mag. The Key display is 960x720 where the XM30 utilises the HD Amoled 1024x768 display. Key also does not have Stream Vision integrated wifi, video recording and image capture, the XM30 and XM38 does have this functionality.

Pulsar Axion XM30 Specification:

  • Microbolometer resolution, pixels and pixel pitch: 320x240 12 µm
  • Display type and resolution: AMOLED 1024x768
  • Objective Lens: F30 /1.2
  • Frame Rate:50hz
  • Magnification:4-16x with PIP
  • Range of Detection: 1200m
  • IPX7 Waterproof rated
  • Instant Start Up
  • Built In video recording, Wifi and Image Capture
  • B Pack Mini Battery Pack System

Pulsar Axion XM38 Specification:

  • Microbolometer resolution, pixels and pixel pitch: 320x240 12 µm
  • Display type and resolution: AMOLED 1024x768
  • Objective Lens: F38 /1.2
  • Frame Rate:50hz
  • Magnification:5.5-22x with PIP
  • Range of Detection: 1700m
  • IPX7 Waterproof rated
  • Instant Start Up
  • Built In video recording, Wifi and Image Capture
  • B Pack Mini Battery Pack System
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