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Please note that if you intend to use this device for bat survey, it should be used as a survey aid rather than for a survey method. For more information, please see the Thermal Imaging: Bat Survey Guidelines available from the Bat Conservation Trust.
The Pulsar Axion series is an innovative line of compact thermal imaging monoculars. These pocket-sized devices are excellent when trying to observe cryptic species or when surveying in dark or foggy conditions. The XG35 features a highly sensitive 640x480, 12 µm, NETD <40mK second generation thermal sensor and a fast aperture Germanium F35/1.0 objective lens to create a clear, well distinguished thermal impression. It can detect a 1.8m (approximately human-sized) object at a range of up to 1750m in total darkness. With IPX7 waterproofing allowing it to operate in heavy rain, high humidity, and even under 1m of water for uo to 30m, it can withstand even the most challenging environmental conditions. The base magnification of 2.5-20x with an additional 8x digital zoom ensure that you won't miss a single detail, while the option of changing the magnification in 2x increment or in a continuous motion allows the user to operate the camera however best suits them. The impressive 50Hz frame rate and use of long wave spectral range makes the XG35 series a suitable choice for bat work.
The high contrast VGA-resolution AMOLED display features enhanced colour rendering, providing a clear and smooth picture whilst on-the-move. Unlike an LCD screen AMOLED does not require backlighting, so is perfect for working in dark conditions.
Video and images can be recorded onto the XG35's internal memory and download via a USB-C cable or the built in WiFi module. Using the Stream Vision 2 mobile app, users can transform their phone or tablet into a second screen, remotely control the scope's functions and install firmware updates in addition to browsing and sharing media. The app comes with a generous 16GB of free cloud storage and is available for Apple and Android devices.
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