Pulsar calls this their MULTI purpose Thermal! Small enough to be used as a handheld scanner and also can double as a weapon mounted scope!!
The Core RXQ30V is equipped with a “Picture in Picture” function which provides the shooter with a possibility to display an additional image region on the screen which contains 2x magnified image of a target and reticle. This allows seeing an image in the aiming area in a more detailed way (see video for demonstration).
Standard for Pulsar digital riflescopes “one shot zeroing” in Core models is complemented by an even more convenient zeroing function – “Freeze”: after making a zeroing shot it is enough to save a frame of a target in the memory of the riflescope and align reticle with point of impact looking at this frame without the necessity of keeping full immobility of a weapon (see video for demonstration).
A full complement of digitally displayed reticle solutions ensures quick target acquisition and a richly contrasting sight picture. Choose from an array of reticle patterns and applications stored in the Core RXQ’s internal memory. The RXQ30V will also save up to three individual firearm/ammunition zeroing profiles, including different reticles, at up to three distances in the Core’s memory.
When it is necessary to temporarily stop observation the user can apply DISPLAY OFF function. It provides the necessary level of camouflage (no light from the eyepiece of the device) between observation sessions as well as the fast restart of observation (when display is turned off, all other systems are working; for normal operation it is enough just to power on the display again).
The Core features three operating modes: City (enhanced contrast), Forest (low contrast) and Identification (improved rendering of heat signature details). Each mode optimizes imaging based on viewing conditions. ALL NEW for 2019: WHITE HOT & BLACK HOT modes for improved ID and clarity!
An included wireless remote control allows the user to fulfill basic operations without resorting to standard controls.
The mounting holes in the base of the riflescope enable the mount to be installed in one of multiple positions. This choice (depending on the rifle type, anthropometric data of a shooter, etc.) helps the user to ensure the most suitable position on a riflescope.