Upgraded Thermal Sensitivity
The Pulsar Talion XQ35 Pro is an innovative, compact thermal imaging riflescope that boasts a highly sensitive 384×288, 17 µm thermal imaging sensor with increased <25 mK NETD thermal sensitivity for stunning clarity at up to 1350m.
9 Hours of Power
Powered by an interchangeable and rechargeable Pulsar APS 5T battery, the Talion XQ35 Pro provides up to 9 hours of operation time after just a single charge (depending on temperature).
The embossed battery cover design helps the user to accurately identify the correct battery position, meaning removing and replacing the battery is quick and easy, even in complete darkness.
The rapid extraction lock will also ensure a fast and seamless battery removal and replacement; Releasing this lock will open and raise the Talion XQ35 Pro’s battery cover, which is located on the top of the riflescope’s housing.
Compact & Lightweight
At only 700g, this innovative new thermal imaging riflescope is incredibly lightweight, however, due to its rugged magnesium alloy housing, the Talion XQ35 Pro still retains a robust build that can take on even the most adverse and unforgiving conditions. This magnesium alloy housing also serves as a heat sink, extracting the warmth generated by the device’s inner electronics.
To add to its durability, this compact device is also IPX7 waterproof, withstanding heavy rain and high humidity. It can even withstand immersion in 1m of water for up to half an hour. High calibre weapons are also no problem, as this riflescope is high recoil resistant, meaning it can be used with high calibre hunting rifles (9.3×64, .30-06, .300, .375H&H, etc.), as well as smooth-bore and pneumatic weapons.
Quick & Easy Focus Adjustment
Focus adjustment has been made simple thanks to the integrated fin lever. Designed to match the protruding ridge on the Talion XQ35 Pro’s housing when focusing has reached the 70m mark (nigh-time shooting distance), this will allow for quick and correct focusing, without needing to look down the riflescope.
Locating the controls on the Talion XQ35 Pro has been made effortless, as they have all been placed on the top panel of the eyepiece to simplify access as much as possible for users regardless of whether they are left or right-handed.
Three Signal Amplification Levels
The Talion XQ35 Pro allows the user to choose between three signal amplification levels. This, combined with Pulsar’s filtration algorithms with fine brightness and contrast adjustments, will help to better define a target’s features, as well as providing an incredibly clear rendering of objects and backgrounds in the field of view.
5 Shooting Profiles
The Talion XQ35 Pro offers 5 shooting profiles for a variety of weapon or cartridge types. Each profile can store up to 10 zeroing distances, offering up to 50 zeroing distances overall. There is also a selection of 10 electronic reticle configurations and functions (direct shot type, ballistic, scalable, and regular) in 9 colour modes.
Picture-in-Picture (PiP) Mode
Picture in Picture (PiP) mode uses 10% of the Talion XQ35 Pro’s display, allowing the user to observe an HD zeroing frame. This mode will display a magnified image of the target and reticle, whilst simultaneously retaining visual control over the entire field of view.
Built-In Still Image & Video Recorder
Capture all those once-in-a-lifetime moments thanks to built-in video and still image recording capabilities. This, combined with the built-in WiFi module and Stream Vision 2 connectivity, will allow the user to view and share memorable moments easily.
Stream Vision 2
Connecting the Talion XQ35 Pro to the Stream Vision 2 mobile app will open up a plethora of features and functionalities. Use your mobile phone or tablet as a second screen, gain remote control of digital functions, view and share videos and still images, remotely install all the latest firmware updates, and much more with Stream Vision 2, available for Apple and Android devices on the Apple AppStore and the Google Play Store respectively.
Taking Thermal & Night Vision Outside of the UK.
Thermal imaging and night vision products are strictly controlled by ITAR regulations and are subject to UK Government Export Licensing Regulations. Dependent on specification, a licence may need to be obtained prior to the export, even temporarily (e.g. holiday), from the UK.
Additionally, some countries may be embargoed, and no thermal imagers or night vision devices can be taken or exported to them. It is the responsibility of the exporter, whether it be a company or individual, to ensure that such a licence is obtained.
Failure to comply is a criminal offence.