I had it against my mates drone the other night, I thought the digiceptor was in a different league until I realised his ir torch was ancient
and picked my Pbir up with it and the image was absolutely identical in my eyes, it wasn't an all night stake out it was just a quick side by side comparison, the response to IR is equally as good as the drone.
Image quality definitely as good as the drone
IR sensitivity as good as the drone but would need abit longer to test side by side to be 100% about this
Cant metre (is needed because the scope sits high)
Reticle is very fine
Field of view is absolutely massive
The 5 mode switch for different zero's and settings, very useful!
Eye relief is much better but you definitely need a cheek riser to get your head upto it
Focus, once it's set I don't think you need to change it, 40-400 yards and the image is crisp all the way
Windage adjustment on boresighting so no need to have the reticle half way across the screen.
It's a big thing and not quite as neat and tidy as the drone but with the lens that big I don't see how you could really alter it much
Magnification, it is obviously less than the drone but the fov and the fine reticle and range finder make up for this, suits my shooting may not suit others who love long range night shooting, but this unit is more than capable of a 300 yard fox
Auto day/night mode, I would prefer the screw in filter personally, mine doesn't get used in the day at all so permanent night mode would be better for me as at dusk it was abit twitchy from one mode to the other.
That's all I can think of for now, will feed back some more when I get some more eye time through it