Chris Parkin reviews the new Pulsar Accolade XP50 Thermal Bioculars

Despite initial misgivings about the design destroying his own natural night vision, Chris Parkin delights in the comfortable viewing offered by the Pulsar Accolade XP50 thermal biocular, read on for the full indepth review in this months Rifle Shooter magazine.

The new Accolade is Pulsar's first thermal biocular and is available in XP50 (640x480) and XQ38F (384x288) sensor variants.

The Pulsar Accolade XP50 thermal binoculars provide an enhanced viewing experience when spotting wildlife at night whether thermal foxing, or deer stalking by day. The dual eyepiece on Pulsar Accolade reduces eye fatigue during longer viewing and enhances the natural look of objects.

Chris Parkin with the new Accolade XP50 Thermal Bioculars

Optic quality and the best 640x480 thermal sensor available, make a unique combination designed to deliver the longest detection range possible of 2000yards, the Pulsar Accolade XP50 Thermal delivers market leading image quality. 

The high 640x480 pixel resolution ensures all objects within the field of view have the highest level of detail, making the smallest objects, i.e branches, leaves, body extremities of an animal, appear exceptionally crisp and clear against the background, delivering unrivalled identification of quarry at extreme distances.

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