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Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35 Thermal Imaging Monocular

The New Axion 2 LRF XQ35

A thermal vision monocular is a sine qua non when it comes to hunting equipment. And if you wish to be a fully equipped hunter, you need the new Axion 2 LRF XQ35, launched at the 2022 SHOT Show in Las Vegas. Suitable thermal imaging monoculars (especially ones equipped with a laser rangefinder) help you to see targets more clearly, so you will not take a shot in the dark.

Interested in Pulsar Axion Thermal vision monocular?

Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

Pulsar - Axion (Source: Pulsar)

Pulsar Axion Improved Sensor

There are various factors that impact the quality of a thermal imaging sensor, and Pulsar took all of them into account. The new Axion LRF XQ35 thermal monocular series features a high-sensitivity European-made Lynred sensor with 384x288 pixels, with 17µm pixel pitch. The sensor detects low-temperature differences, which is an essential part of a thermal vision monocular.

Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

Axion - imaging thermal monoculars (Source: Pulsar)

An “All the Rage” Rangefinder

The built-in precision laser rangefinder provides the hunter with a free-of-error sense of distance (up to 1km), which is a key element for firing a precise shot. This model is fantastic for searching, tracking, and hunting in long-range, day or night situations, in just about any circumstance. The laser rangefinder in this LRF model calculates distance and angle of elevation in real-time to a remarkable level of accuracy – attaining an accurate and ethical shot.

Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

Axion thermal monocular (Source: Pulsar)

XQ35 LRF Vs XQ38 LRF

  • The 384×288 sensor resolution stays the same, as well as the
  • 17 µm pixel pitch on both models
  • Pulsar thermal imaging XQ38 LRF model is not compatible with the Stream Vision app,
  • while the XQ35 LRF is compatible
  • Both monoculars have a maximum measurement distance of 1km
  • The older model weighs 400g, and the new one is 50g lighter
  • The battery life is increased from 7h to 11h on a single charge
  • XQ38 LRF has a detection range of 1000m compare to XQ35 LRF,
  • Which has a detection range of 1300m

Interested in Pulsar Axion Thermal vision monocular?

Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

Pulsar axion thermal (Source: Pulsar)

Stream Vision 2 App

This model from the Axion series can connect the device to the free-of-charge Stream Vision 2 app, which can be downloaded on Android and iOS devices. This allows users to receive and share footage in real-time mode, and to operate the device with their smartphone from a distance. With the new model, the Wi-Fi connectivity is improved with 2.4/5 GHz waveband support, and it also has a built-in photo and video recorder.

Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

Axion thermal imaging (Source: Pulsar)

The New and Improved Pulsar Thermal Imaging Monocular

Pulsar Axion 2 XQ35 LRF has a base magnification of 2x with 4x digital zoom in a detection range of 1300 m and a field of view of over 10°. The battery life is extended to 11 hours, and the image quality is improved. Pulsar added new image processing algorithms and fine brightness and contrast adjustments, along with three image amplification levels, which are optimal for early detection and recognition of animals under different weather and temperature conditions. The user also has the option of choosing between 8 different color palettes.

Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

Pulsar - Axion (Source: Pulsar)

Key Specifications of Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

Model name Axion 2 LRF XQ35
Sensor resolution, pixels 384x288
Pixel pitch, µm 17
Display type VGA AMOLED
Objective lens F35/1.0
Magnification 2-8x
Detection range, m 1300
FOV ° 10.7х8.0
Dimensions, mm 152x74x74
Weight, g 350

 

Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

Pulsar - Axion (Source: Pulsar)

Best-in-Class Measuring Accuracy

The Axion 2 XQ35 LRF maintains the premium quality of its predecessor while adding and improving some of the features. The best thermal imaging scopes work day and night provide good detail recognition, and have a good battery life – this is what Pulsar combined to make the XQ35 model. The IPX7 fully waterproof monocular is a dependable and resistant hunting companion, which makes it ‘the big shot’ in the optics market.

Interested in Pulsar Axion Thermal vision monocular?

Pulsar Axion 2 LRF XQ35

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