APEX LRF XQ38 2.2-8.8×32 Thermal riflescope

$2,999.00

  • 50Hz Refresh Rate
  • 1,475yrd Detection Range
  • Built-in 1,000yrd Rangefinder
  • 10 Variable Electronic Reticles
  • Video Output for Recording
  • Picture in Picture Digital Zoom

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Description

The Pulsar Apex XQ38 Thermal Riflescope provides vivid thermal imaging from a 384×288 core, 17 um pixel pitch and crisp 640×480 AMOLED display. The XQ38 offers a 2.1x base magnification with 2x/3x/4x digital zoom and smooth digital zoom up to 8.4x. Featuring 3 zeroing distances, 10 pre-loaded reticles and 3 different operation modes, the Apex XQ38 can detect heat signatures from up to 1300m away. Two CR123 batteries allow Apex’s a battery life of 4-5 hours, giving the operator plenty of time to get through a hunt. Pulsar Apex LRF XQ38’s also include: wireless remote control, video output/power cable, 2xCR123’s, carrying case, cleaning cloth, user manual and warranty card. Apex LRF models are equipped with a built-in laser rangefinder which allows distance measurement up to 1000 meters.

Features:
• 384×288 resolution, 17um pixel pitch core
• 1,475yd detection range
• 4x digital zoom- continuous zoom and 2x, 3x, 4x stepped zoom
• Picture in picture digital zoom
• Video output for recording
• External power supply adaptable
• 3 rifle profiles with 3 zero saves
• 10 variable electronic reticles
• One-shot zeroing with freeze function
• White-hot/black-hot viewing models
• High resolution AMOLED display
• Rock, forest, and identification viewing modes
• IRIS technology, increased recognition and detection software
• Manual, automatic, and semi-automatic calibration modes
• Defective pixel repair feature

Included:
• Carrying case
• Wireless remote control
• Video/power cable
• Weaver/picatinny rail
• Cleaning cloth
• Hex wrench

Additional information

Brand

Pulsar

Imaging Type

Thermal

Mount Type

Weapon Mount

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