State of the art thermal imaging - available with or without integrated laser rangefinder
The Pulsar Accolade LRF thermal binoculars provide an enhanced viewing experience when spotting wildlife at night whether thermal foxing, or deer stalking by day with the added benefit of a high performance thermal laser rangefinder for accurate range finding up to 1000m. The dual eyepiece on Pulsar Accolade LRF XQ38 reduces eye fatigue during longer viewing and enhances the natural look of objects.
Optic quality and a 384x288 thermal sensor make a unique combination designed to deliver a market leading detection range of up to 1475yards, the Pulsar Accolade XQ38 LRF Thermal imager delivers market leading image quality from a 384 17 micron core.
Long Detection Distances
Detecting objects at long distances are an important feature for optics users in outdoor environments. Optic quality and the best thermal imaging sensor available make a unique combination designed to remarkable detection ranges, up to 1.3km for a man sized object in the case of Pulsar Accolade XQ38 LRF thermal imager and up to 1.8km in the Accolade XP50 LRF
Reviews = Pulsar Accolade LRF XQ38 Thermal
Ive owned the Pulsar Helion and Pulsar Quantum thermal monoculars but always had an issue when using them for extended periods at night, where one eye is "blacked" out for a while as my brain struggles to differentiate between dark and bright. With Accolade it not only provides a MUCH better image but it is so much more comfortable to use for extended periods.
As a professional vermin controller i need to have a reliable thermal imager which works 24/7 and wont let me down. The Accolade XQ38 delivers up to 1350m detection with integrated video recording, wifi and more and delivers the best thermal image ive ever experienced.
11 Sep 2018
Chris Parkin reviews the new Pulsar Accolade XP50 Thermal BiocularsDespite initial misgivings about the design destroying his own natural night vision, Chris Parkin delights in the comfortable viewing offered by the new Pulsar Accolade XP50
26 Oct 2018
Pulsar Helion vs Pulsar Accolade...what would i choose - By Chris ParkinAfter 18 months of Pulsar Helion thermal vision use, the arrival of the new Pulsar Accolade thermal bioculars was a teasing prospect but was all that glittered really gold?
20 Nov 2018
Pulsar Accolade XQ38 Thermal Biocular - Is this the perfect thermal for deer stalkingThe Pulsar Accolade XQ38 thermal imager provides a high performance thermal solution for deer stalking by day and foxing at night, but compared with the Accolade XP50 and the Helion models....which is best for deer stalking?