Pulsar thermal imagers just got even better!

Pulsar has launched its latest 4.0 Firmware, which enhances the performance of all XP thermal imaging models – Thermion, Helion, Trail, Accolade and Lexion Series.

The updated 4.0 Firmware features significant performance enhancing changes, such as: image detail boost; a fourth customisable observation mode; new reticles (Thermion); and increased brightness range for icons. In addition, there have been some minor bug fixes.

The image detail boost increases the contour sharpness of the heated object for better image clarity, allowing the user to identify objects more clearly. This option is featured as an automatic setting but can be switched off in the main menu. This setting is best suited for use in high-temperature difference conditions.

The current Rocks, Forest and Identification modes offer the most suitable settings depending on conditions. Now, as a direct result of feedback from Pulsar customers, there is a fourth option, the User Mode. This mode allows the user to select and save their personal preferences based on pre-existing observation modes, contrast and brightness settings. The three settings can be adjusted to suit the conditions and will be most useful to advanced users who wish to have more control over the set-up if their device. The user mode can be modified through a selection of easy settings in the quick menu.

For all Thermion XP riflescopes, there are new colour options available for the reticles, including a black reticle with white dot and a reversed white reticle with a black dot.

The range of icon brightness settings has also been increased enabling users to dim down the icon brightness and increase it further during daylight viewing. This will help to improve comfortable viewing in darker and lighter conditions.

To find out more about the latest Firmware 4.0 Update follow this link: http://bit.ly/367uiHe

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