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I've been interested in some time about investing in a night vision scope and been looking around and I have found that for my price range I have two options: the Yukon photon RT or the ATN X sight 2. They are both similar in price, however the ATN is slightly more expensive out of the two. I've seen them both on airrifleshop.com. I'll leave the links and id love to hear people opinions on what's better, as I'm not fussed paying more for the x sight, its just I've heard the photon RT is mint for the money. https://www.airrifleshop.co.uk/collections/nv-scopes-add-ons/products/yukon-photon-rt-6-50s https://www.airrifleshop.co.uk/collections/nv-scopes-add-ons/products/atn-x-sight-2-hd-3-14x
Do you want your battery life in your NV gear to last longer.? Thinking about attaching an external battery? Check out the video. This particularly is suited for Pulsar gear.https://youtu.be/Uag2giD_LE4 Surprised the battery companies hadn't thought about it.
The new Pulsar HD50S has now been released with 2.8x optical lens, an increase over the 2x lens of the HD38S. The HD50S is another £500 on the RRP compared to the HD38S. Identical unit but slightly longer detection range, and the lens difference. Anyone tempted..
The new pulsar N750A is now released. Its the same shell as the original N550/750 but its basically got additional reticules to select and it has a 3 zero memory to allow to switch between guns or aim points. I use the N750 at the minute for a dedicated digital scope sat on the rimfire for rabbits, and the image quality is excellent with the right IR. I was tempted to buy a drone mainly due to the purpose built doubler it has available, handy for longer shots, but for this reason only.. Anyone else using a N750, apart from the ergonomics of the focus adjustment, etc which could be designed better, although I find it rarely needs adjusting at the ranges I use it, and has a good depth of field, are you happy with the pulsar setup?