Pulsar’s pocket-sized Axion 2 LRF XQ35 Pro thermal monocular has received an upgrade. With a new 384x288 microbolometer sensor boasting a highly refined thermal sensitivity of <25mK, the new Axion 2 LRF XQ35 Pro can detect more subtle changes in infrared heat from over 1400 yards away, resulting in unprecedented image quality. This is an excellent device for outdoor observation at any hour, even at longer distances. With an included 1100-yard laser rangefinder, this device gives users accurate approximations of objective distances. The Axion 2 LRF XQ35 Pro’s distancing info and clear, crisp field-of-view imaging are delivered via a pristine 640x400 AMOLED display.
With 2-8x magnification, along with built-in photo and video recording, Wi-Fi connectivity, a 16GB memory card and pocket-size design, the Axion 2 LRF XQ35 Pro is a technological wonder. The Axion 2 is also supported by the Stream Vision 2 app, enabling shooters to record and preserve all their precious shooting memories, download firmware upgrades, wirelessly transfer files, and use a smartphone or tablet as a secondary display.
Weighing a mere 0.6 lbs., the Axion 2 LRF XQ35 Pro is made of a high-quality reinforced magnesium alloy that boasts IPX7 protection and operates in temperatures between -13F to 122F. Utilizing a Pulsar APS5 Li-ion battery, the Axion 2 operates for up to 11 hours.
<25mK NETD sensor
1400+ yard detection range
1100-yard included laser rangefinder
640x400 AMOLED display
Built-in photo and videorecording
Wi-Fi connectivity and Stream Vision 2 App Supported