Pulsar 2018

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Re: Pulsar 2018

Postby phoenix » 27 Nov 2017, 19:16

A 12 micron 384x288 core with a 75mm lens will give you close to Drone Pro optical magnification. I reckon a few people would buy that.

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Re: Pulsar 2018

Postby PEterW » 27 Nov 2017, 19:33

It’ll be a 320core when it arrives, easier to multiply to a 640pixel screen. Looks like ITAR has been tweaked recently, US thermal vendors were griping that other countries were making better and selling more thus able to invest more, negating export restrictions. What this might mean to availability of FLIR stuff we’ll have to see. I welcome a spec/price war.... we get more cool stuff for less ££

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Re: Pulsar 2018

Postby PEterW » 27 Nov 2017, 19:39

Any idea who’s going to make the moves? FLIR seems to be doing its old game of announcing stuff only for it to take years to finally arrive.... annoying Americans no end ;-)

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Re: Pulsar 2018

Postby elmer fudd » 12 Jan 2018, 21:14

Just seen on the Shot Show preview that Pulsar are to introduce a Trail rifle scope with an integrated laser range finder, looks like the one strapped on to the Apex, and a thermal binocular called the Accolade.

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Re: Pulsar 2018

Postby PEterW » 12 Jan 2018, 22:03

https://www.iwa.info/en/ausstellerprodu ... ing-scopes Thanks for the heads up... more types of good stuff, but as warned, no more cheaper stuff. “High Res”, looks like maybe 640 and with a 50mm lens on. Could be costly.

PEter

PS https://www.all4shooters.com/en/mobile/ ... inoculars/ so 2 options, interesting to see almost th same magnification, just the pixel count between them.


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