Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide is pleased to announce the launch of the Thermion Duo DXP50, Pulsar’s first multi-spectral hunting scope. It combines the efficiency of all-day thermal imaging detection with the convenience of full-colour daytime observation. The synergy of modern technologies results in increased observation information and opens a new page in the history of Pulsar hunting optics.

Two types of vision: day and night

The Thermion Duo DXP50 comes with a full colour 4K sensor for daytime hunting. The digital daytime channel clearly depicts objects at any distance. Using the Thermion Duo DXP as a daytime rifle scope is always simple and convenient, as the lens does not require focusing. At any time, the hunter can record an image, change the pattern and colour of the reticle or connect the rifle scope to a smartphone.

Whether rain, fog or any unfavourable weather conditions, nothing will prevent this rifle scope from locating your game and revealing its trophy qualities. The 4k resolution digital camera is perfect for clearly identifying and accurately assessing a target and its surroundings in full colour.

You only need to press one button to switch between the two channels, thermal and digital daytime. It’s simple, fast and convenient.

In addition, it features an equal field of view for both thermal and digital channels. You can easily switch between the thermal and digital channels without compromising the focus on the observed object and discover even more levels of information.

Sensitivity down to the finest detail

A highly sensitive European-made sensor with < 25 mK NETD captures the smallest temperature differences when observing in conditions of low thermal contrast, or in rain or fog. The 640 x 480 pixel resolution ensures reliable target identification and high-quality visualisation of important anatomical features of the animal, as well as minute details of the surrounding landscape. The large sensor size gives the Thermion Duo DXP a wide field of view for comfortable and informative observation of both static and dynamic scenes.

High precision focus

© Pulsar

Like the Thermion 2 LRF, the Thermion Duo DXP50 incorporates high-precision ambidextrous focusing knobs. It is now supplied with a flipper lever, which does the job perfectly for precise focusing of the thermal channel. Located on both sides of the viewfinder, the buttons make this device comfortable for both left and right-handed users.

The high-definition digital zoom allows the hunter to zoom in with up to eight times magnification without losing image quality, which is ideal for long-range shooting.

Most interestingly, the Thermion Duo DXP50 features single-shot zeroing for both optical channels.

Combined use of thermal and digital function

The potential of the highly sensitive sensor is fully revealed in the thermal imaging channel with the fast aperture germanium lens F50/1.0. This ensures maximum detection efficiency in all weather conditions and at any time of day.

The Picture-in-picture function allows simultaneous display of images from both optical channels, giving priority to the thermal or digital image.

Advanced image processing

The Thermion Duo implements modern algorithms to achieve a new level of image detail, clarity and contrast. The thermal imaging channel, which uses a wide range of halftones, has the ability to depict complex scenes with uniformly emitting, low-contrast objects, such as sky, grass or water surfaces. Enhanced detail and software that sharpens objects at different distances yields a highly informative thermal image. Manually increasing the sensitivity of the thermal image sensor allows you to improve the quality of animal detection if viewing conditions deteriorate. A smoothing filter and brightness and contrast adjustments ensure comfort during long observation times. The day channel offers ideal image perception in both sunny and cloudy conditions.

The best functionality for a modern hunting experience

  • Day and night use
  • 4k full colour sensor for daytime shooting
  • High sensitivity 640×480 @ NETD < 25 mK thermal image sensor.
  • Fast aperture F50/1.0 thermal lens.
  • Wide-angle eyepiece for comfortable observation.
  • Instant start-up.
  • High precision ambidextrous objective focusing.
  • One-time zeroing on thermal and digital channels.
  • A choice of 10 reticle shapes in nine colour modes.
  • A choice of 8 colour palettes in thermal mode.
  • High contrast HD AMOLED display.
  • Thermal detection range of 1800 m day and night.
  • Mounting on standard 30 mm rings.