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Designed with cutting-edge, “white hot” and “black hot” thermal technology, the Pulsar Apex 1.5-6x32 XD38A Thermal Riflescope offers precision placement more than 1,000 yards. Long-distance viewing is made possible by the continuous digital zoom for an extended range of magnification. The thermal core resolution of 384x288 captures a more detailed image, while the crisp LCD display and high 50 hz frame rate delivers a consistent, vivid image of faster-moving objects.
The Apex XD38A’s 4x digital zoom offers a continuous digital zoom for an extended range of magnification. The picture-in-picture digital zoom displays a magnified picture of the reticle’s aiming point at the top of the screen. This magnified picture of the reticle is ideal for precision aiming while the peripherals of the display maintain the base magnification for a wide field of view, for quick, consecutive follow-up shots. Its one-shot zeroing and freeze function takes an image of the target to quickly zero the crosshairs to the firearm’s point of impact.
The device includes 3 operating modes (Rocks, Forest and Identification) for enhanced contrast, significantly improving rendering of hot object details. Users can choose from the automatic, manual or semi-automatic calibration modes, which calibrates the lens in just 1 to 2 seconds. The internal dampening system keeps the thermal core stable up to 1,000Gs of recoil, equivalent to a .375 H&H bolt-action rifle. It also includes updatable software; ensuring users keep improving their Apex’s performance.
384x288 thermal resolution, 50hz refresh rate
High 640x480 resolution LCD display
950m detection range (human)
One-shot zeroing with freeze function
1.5x Optical Magnification to 6x Digital Zoom
Manual, automatic, and semi-automatic calibration modes
Memorization of 3 zeroing parameters
10 variable electronic reticles
IRIS technology, increased recognition and detection software
Rock, forest, and identification viewing modes
Hot white/ hot black viewing modes
Defective pixel repair feature
External power supply adaptable