ever the innovators, pulsar now lead the field in many modern thermal and night vision products with an ever developing range featuring the recent technical advances including rangefinder development, thermal biocular and HD digital night vision. We take a look at what's new now and what is coming in 2019.
New Thermal Imaging with Laser Rangefinding
Pulsar recently launched the Pulsar Accolade XQ38 and Pulsar Accolade XP50 thermal biocular, providing 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.
In January we will see the new Pulsar Accolade LRF launching which integrated a laser rangefinder, allowing precision range measurement day or night.
The same applies with Pulsar's Trail thermal riflescope, a new LRF version launches in January with an integrated 1000m laser rangefinder providing a true upgrade for long range fox and vermin control.
Particularly with the Trail's multiple zero configuration capability, you can in effect zero your .17HMR for three different ranges, and range find on the fly depending whether you are shooting rabbits at short range or foxing at longer ranges
New Digisight Ultra HD night vision
The Pulsar Digisight Ultra N355 digital night vision riflescope has been our best selling ever digital night scope, providing day and night capability with variable mag and user selectable colour palettes, as well as Picture in Picture, Colour palletes and Stream Vision.
Now Pulsar have announced new of the new Digisight Ultra N455 HD, which arrives in January.
Whilst physically similar and sharing the same features and functions, that is where the comparison ends....as the new N455 Ultra features an innovative 1280x720 HD sensor, outputting to a 1024x768 AMOLED display.
This not only means a substantial increased in image quality and recognition distance, but the new 4-16x magnification is far more useable at the higher end of the mag range, where the N355 sensor was pixelated.
Teamed with a Wicked Light A51iR infrared illuminator, the N455 will deliver remarkable viewing performance at both short and long ranges.
This means a whole new application for the Digisight Ultra N455, allowing much greater identification ranges and optical clarity...day or night.