Chris Parkin in Rifle Shooter reviews the new Pulsar Axion XM30S Thermal Imager

The new XM30S thermal imager from Pulsar has arrived, and replaces the previous XM30 with a new AMOLED display, better magnification and sharper imaging, Chris Parkin from Rifle Shooter takes a look at the new Axion in this months mag.

The NEW pocket sized Pulsar Axion XM30S Thermal Monocular is packed full of features and incorporates a new modified 320x240 12µm pixel pitch sensor with a brand new SONY HD display which helps to achieve higher optic magnification and observation distance and simultaneously helps to make the unit more compact but still deliver ground breaking performance with up to 1200m detection.

Pulsar Axion Rifle Shooter

With a magnification of 4.5x to 18x mag whilst still maintaining a wide field of view, the new Pulsar Axion XM30 thermal spotter is designed for wildlife observation, hunting and security with a detection range of up to 1200m via a HD Amoled Microdisplay with 1024x768 resolution for crisp sharp imagery at close and long ranges.

Long Detection Range

A powerful objective lens in combination with a 12 µm professional grade thermal imaging sensor provides exceptional detection capabilities. A standard 1,8 m (6 ft) tall object can be detected at a 1200m distance in complete darkness.

High Optic Magnification

Pulsar Axion XM30 offers the highest magnification in the class of compact thermal imagers. 

Considerable optic magnification can be increased by means of digital zoom to provide the best identification of observed objects whilst maintaining a wide field of view for spotting and scanning.

CLICK HERE TO READ CHRIS PARKINS REVIEW

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