Featuring a 50 hertz frame rate - higher than a lot of on the market - and 640x480 LCD display resolution for a crisp, constant picture of fast-moving items, the Pulsar Quantum XD19A thermal Imaging monocular is engineered to track targets quickly and easily. Its thermal core resolution of 384x288 captures optimum thermal energy effectively for a more in-depth image. Effectively permeating through fog and smoke in day and nighttime operations, its long-distance watching is enabled by a 2x and 4x digital zoom, which increases the 1x zoom to 4x. It finds "white hot" and "black hot" heat signatures to as much as 515 lawns away. The Pulsar Quantum xd19a's LCD display and various modes, make it the ideal option for a variety of applications including: search and rescue missions, reconnaissance, hunting, and covert law enforcement/military operations. It features 3 new operating modes and calibration modes, allowing users to customize the monocular to their surrounding environment. Three operating modes (City, forest and recognition) deliver boosted contrast, substantially improving making of hot things details. Users can pick from the automated, manual or semi-automatic calibration modes, which adjusts the image in simply one to two seconds. It includes a basic Weaver rail and tripod install, permitting attachment of external power supplies, along with video output to tape-record each session.
384x288 resolution 50Hz refresh rate
1x magnification with 2x and 4x Digital zoom
Over 500yd detection range (human size target)
White-hot/black-hot viewing modes
7 color palette modes