New Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ Pro Thermal Imaging Riflescopes By: Eric B

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Pulsar have announced the start of sales of their new line of Thermion 2 XQ Pro thermal imaging riflescopes that were introduced at the 2022 IWA & Outdoor Classics trade fair earlier this year. The line includes three scopes: Thermion 2 XQ35 Pro, Thermion 2 XQ50 Pro and the Thermion 2 LRF XQ50 Pro. The main difference from previous models of the Thermion 2 XQ35/50 is a 384×288 pixel @17μm, <25mK NETD thermal sensor and new internals to give up to 10 hours of operation time. The new LRF model will also give you accurate readings thanks to the integrated laser rangefinder, a feature TFB reviewed yesterday here.

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Below you can see the different models and some of the features.
Pulsar Thermion 2 XQ Pro Thermal Imaging Riflescopes

Here is the new product(s) announcement from Pulsar and Yukon Advanced Optics:

Thermion 2 XQ Pro line: Start of sales

Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide is pleased to mark the start of sales of the Thermion 2 XQ Pro thermal imaging riflescopes including a model with LRF. These newly-launched Pulsar products were introduced at the 2022 IWA & OutdoorClassics trade fair earlier this year. Now you’ll be able to test the efficiency of the extremely sensitive 384×288 pixel @ 17 µm Lynred sensor out hunting.

The popular XQ line includes three new additions: the Thermion 2 XQ35 Pro, the Thermion 2 XQ50 Pro and the Thermion 2 LRF XQ50 Pro.

The new riflescopes feature a distinctive classic design housing, and come equipped with a 384×288 pixel @ 17 µm French Lynred sensor with NETD <25mK, which ensures perfect detail recognition even in most severe weather conditions when thermal contrast is low.

The devices feature extended operating time (up to 10 hours on a single battery charge), new image processing algorithms and all the premium features of the Thermion 2 line.

The LRF version features a seamlessly integrated compact laser rangefinder and operates perfectly at long distances providing the hunter with an accurate sense of distance for precision shooting.

Premium features of the Thermion 2 XQ:

  • Fast aperture F/1.0 germanium optics
  • Extreme detection range of up to 1800 meters
  • Variable magnification
  • High-precision aiming in the “Picture-in-picture” mode
  • A selection of eight colour palettes
  • High-contrast HD AMOLED display
  • Fully waterproof IPX7
  • Zeroing profiles management
  • A selection of 10 reticle shapes in nine colour modes
  • Photo and video recording
  • Enhanced WiFi connectivity with 2.4 / 5 GHz waveband support
  • WiFi integration with iOS and Android devices
  • Stream Vision 2 application
  • Recoil rated up to .375 H&H, 12–Gauge and 9.3×64
  • Mounting on standard 30 mm rings

The Thermion 2 XQ Pro line will be available from September 2022.

We could not find any information about the price for the different models.

Check out the extensive review of the XQ’s bigger brother here, the Pulsar Thermion 2 LRF XP50 Pro.

Find out more about Pulsar devices at www.pulsar-vision.com

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