Pulsar Digisight N750 Digital Night Vision Rifle Scope
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PULSAR Digisight ONE SHOT ZEROING
Pulsar have included a One Shot Zero function to make the set up process even easier and this sounded all too good to be true we must admit.
However we followed our manual and set up a rifle in the range to zero using the One Shot facility.
As most people will be using a bipod we decided against the bench rest, as in the real world people don't have the time to do this we feel.
On our first attempt at One Shot Zeroing we were more than impressed, and despite finding it hard to hold the rifle steady (it was bitterly cold) we managed to zero our Digisight perfectly using this facility, so have no hesitation in recommending it. ...More
- Generation Digital
- Magnification, x 4.5 / 6.75 (zoom)
- Objective lens 50 mm, F/ 1.0
- Field of view, degree (at 100m distance) 5 (on 4.5x) / 3.25 (on 7x)
- Eye relief, mm 67
- Exit pupil, mm 6
- Resolution, lines/mm ≥ 55
- Max. range of detection, m* 600
- Eyepiece diopter adjustment, D - 5 … + 3
- Close-up distance, m 5.5
- CCD array characteristics:
- Type of CCD array ICX659AL
- Resolution, pixel 752(Н)x582(V)
- Output video signal standard PAL / NTSC
- Display characteristics:
- Resolution, pixel VGA 640x480
- Display diagonal, inch 0.31
- Operational characteristics:
- Operating voltage 6 (4 AA rechargeable batteries)
- External power supply / consumption power DC 9 ... 15V / 3W
- Degree of protection, IP code (IEC 60529) IP44
- Operating temperature, °C -20...+50
- Operation time with one set of rechargeable batteries (built-in IR off/on), hour 4 / 3.5
- Dimensions, mm 340x95x94
- Weight, kg 1
* - Max. detection range of an object measuring 1.7x0.5 m in natural night conditions (0.05 lux, quarter moon).