pulsar, rifle scope, thermal vision, product review. Pulsar Thermion XQ50 delivers the premium thermal imaging you’ve come to expect, but on a traditional-style aircraft-grade 30mm-tube. New to the popular range of Thermion thermal riflescopes is the Thermion XQ50. The Thermion comes supplied with a spare extended turret cap which can be quickly exchanged for when using the larger APS3 battery. Pulsar Thermion XQ50 Thermal Rifle Scope - 384x288 17um, Skip to the beginning of the images gallery. This new sensor, combined with a high resolution AMOLED display, is a large improvement over the sensors in the previous Pulsar scopes with the XQ (384) sensor. Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode displays a magnified image at the top-centre of the display screen, taking up only 10% of the overall field of view. The Thermion combines some of the latest thermal technology into a day scope style design and the F50/1.2 lens combined with a 384x288 17µm thermal sensor provides a detection range of up to 1800m for a deer-sized object. The Thermion combines some of the latest thermal technology into a day scope style design and the F50/1.2 lens combined with a 384x288 17µm thermal sensor provides a detection range of up to 1800m for a deer-sized object. New to the popular range of Thermion thermal riflescopes is the Thermion XQ50. A larger capacity version, called the APS-3, is also available and the Thermion includes the required extended battery cap to run these type of batteries. The Thermion has a variety of customisation settings, such as a wide array of adjustable reticles, 8 colour modes and zeroing profile management that stores up to 5 zeroing profiles (with 10 distance coordinates) so the shooter can make quick rifle change-outs and on-the-fly adjustments. The Thermion combines some of the latest thermal technology into a day scope style design and the F50/1.2 lens combined with a 384x288 17 m thermal sensor provides a detection range of up to 1800m for a deer sized object. Even when thermal contrast is low, small temperature differences are clearly visible with richly contrasted, high-resolution imaging. Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode displays a magnified image at the top-centre of the display screen, taking up only 10% of the overall field of view. 3-12 variable magnification with digital zoom Click here to sign up for a dealer account. Pulsar Thermion XQ50 Thermal Rifle Scope. The Thermion XQ50 includes one APS-2 battery in the standard kit. The external APS2 battery pack (included) can be swapped out for an APS3 battery pack (sold separately), which will provide an even longer run time. 3.5-14 variable magnification with detailed 384x288px resolution and 7-Hr rechargeable Battery Supply; Picture in picture digital zoom with a Stream Vision app that connects scope to smart device; Built-in Recording with recoil activation. This quick start-up helps to save energy and thus prolongs operation time. Thermion units will always run-off the external battery first and the internal battery second. Magnification: 3.5x Native / 4.0x Digital / 14.0x Total, Display: Frost Resistant True HD AMOLED 1024x768. Pulsar Thermion XQ50 or XM50. The Thermion XQ50 features a 384 x 288 microbolometer sensor resolution with 17μ pixel pitch. New to the popular range of Thermion thermal riflescopes is the Thermion XQ50. Users can run Thermions on both battery packs for a combined run-time or independently. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. Thermion XQ50’s include variable magnification of 3.5-14x, and features both 2x step-up and smooth, graduated magnification for a truly optimum, customized field of view. The cutting-edge thermal imaging riflescopes for professional hunters who value traditions and seek technological superiority. Print. In another post Bruce highly recommends the thermion XQ50 (does look excellent scope & was thinking of budget up to 3K), The Thermion XQ50 is IPX7 weatherproof and made for use all weather conditions, including blistering heat, bitter cold, rain, sleet or snow. All rights reserved. All in-device recording is saved to the Thermions 16GB internal memory. Other notable features include Pulsar’s proprietary Image Boost technology, Instant Start-Up, recoil rating of up to 375 H&H or 12 Gauge, simple user friendly controls, a variety of reticle options, and the ability to save multiple zeros. With a magnesium alloy bodyshell, recoil rated up to .375 H&H, 12-Gauge and 9.3x64 (6000 joules) and a protection rating of IPX7, the Thermion Thermal Imaging Riflescope Series are incredibly robust and can perform in temperatures of -25°C to +50°C. The Thermion Series uses a dual-power system, consisting of an internal, built-in battery and an external, quick-change (APS2) power source. Up to 16GB of image and video content can be stored internally and can easily be transferred to a PC/laptop via wired connection or wirelessly to your smartphone or tablet with the iOS and Android compatible Stream Vision App. Using on-board WiFi and the Stream Vision App, the Thermion can connect to a smartphone or tablet for use as a secondary screen. With a magnesium alloy bodyshell, recoil rated up to .375 H&H, 12-Gauge and 9.3x64 (6000 joules) and a protection rating of IPX7, the Thermion Thermal Imaging Weapon Scope Series are incredibly robust and can perform in temperatures of -25°C to +50°C. The external APS2 battery pack (included) can be swapped out for an APS3 battery pack (sold separately), which will provide an even longer run time. This quick start-up helps to save energy and thus prolongs operation time. The Thermion combines some of the latest thermal technology into a day scope style design and the F50/1.2 lens combined with a 384x288 17µm thermal sensor provides a detection range of up to 1800m for a deer-sized object. Copyright © Optics Warehouse. Mounting Thermion units has been made easy (and familiar) with their design being compatible with standard 30mm scope rings, requiring no specialised tools or equipment. A native magnification of 3.5x combined with a 4.0x smooth digital zoom provides a total magnification of 14.0x. The Thermion has incredibly intuitive controls, with substantially sized lens focus and dioptre adjustment rings for better grip and identification, as well as centralised operational buttons that control recording, power (instant on/off) and zoom.