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Pulsar Trail XP38 1.2-9.6x32

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  • 1,970yd detection range with 640x480 resolution, 17UM Pixel pitch core
  • 8x digital zoom- continuous zoom and 2x, 4x, 8x stepped zoom
  • Picture in picture digital zoom
  • Built-in recording with recoil Activation
  • 12.8x42 magnification

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XP50 XP38 XQ50 XQ38 PL76513Q
Pulsar Trail XP50 Thermal Riflescope Pulsar Trail XP38 Thermal Riflescope Pulsar Trail XQ50 Thermal Riflescope Pulsar Trail XQ38 Thermal Riflescope Pulsar Trail XQ30 1.6-6.4x21 Thermal Riflescope
Microbolometer resolution, pixels 640x480 640x480 384x288 384x288 384x288
Frame rate, Hz 50 Hz 50 Hz 50 Hz 50 Hz 50 Hz
Magnification range 1.6-12.8x42 1.2-9.6x32 2.7-10.8x42 2.1-8.4x32 1.6-6.4
Detection Range yds 1969 yds 1476 yds 1969 yds 1476 yds 985 yds
Battery Rechargeable B pack Rechargeable B pack Rechargeable B pack Rechargeable B pack Rechargeable B pack
StreamVision app compatible
Weight (without mount), oz 21.8 21.1 19.7 18.3 16.9

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The flagship of Pulsar thermal riflescopes, the Trail XP50 delivers incredibly vivid thermal imaging from a world-class 17µm pixel pitch 640x480px sensor core, offering human sized heat detection up to 2,000 yards. Perfect for spotting, identifying and shooting targets at longer distances, the XP50’s popular “white hot” and “black hot” modes, 13 digital reticle options, variable 1.6-12.8x magnification, 50Hz refresh rate and frost-resistant 640x480 AMOLED display provide users with fluid imaging, customized thermal mapping and a richly contrasted field of view. The Trail’s new 8-hr. rechargeable battery pack makes purchasing batteries a thing of the past and helps the fun last through the night. Sighting-in thermal scopes used to be a headache, but the Trail offers a one-shot zero function and 3 rifle profiles with 5 zero saves per profile, making both zeroing and switching the scope between firearms a breeze. The Trail also boasts built-in video recording with 8gb of internal memory and connects to the Stream Vision app via Wi-Fi for remote view and the sharing and downloading of through-device images and videos. IPX7 waterproof, fogproof and dustproof, the Pulsar Trail XP50 performs flawlessly in temperatures ranging from -13° to 122°F and delivers an ultra-easy user interface with ergonomic button locations. Proprietary picture-in-picture (PiP) ensures repeatable, precision accuracy. Additional features include a built-in accelerometer, stadiametric rangefinding, convenient carrying case and wireless remote.

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