(MANSFIELD, TEXAS 2017/05/16) – Adding to its already impressive lineup of thermal imaging and night vision optics, Pulsar proudly announces the release of two more digital night vision handheld monoculars, able to be used day or night; the Digiforce 860RT (PL78093) and Digiforce X970 (PL78099). While the two additional Digiforce monoculars are perfect for hunters, they also are a great tool for security and search and rescue.
With features like built-in video recording with audio and the ability to stream to both smart devices and the internet via the Stream Vision app, the Digiforce 860RT 6.5-13x bridges the gap between high-quality night vision and affordability. A high-sensitivity 640×480 CMOS sensor improves night time low-light performance and adjustable IR power makes controlling the IR brightness a breeze, allowing close- and long-range objects to be viewed with exceptional clarity. If 6 hours of battery life on 4x AA batteries isn’t enough, the Digiforce 860RT offers a power input jack, allowing users to connect battery packs for uninterrupted use.
The Digiforce X970 4-8x boasts a high resolution 752×582 CCD sensor able to detect objects up to 500 yards away. The X970 also offers a 640×480 OLED display and delivers many of the same features as the 860RT, but with a few additional ones. While the X970 does not offer built-in video recording, it does have video output capabilities for recording onto an external DVR. Stadiametric rangefinding reticles allow rabbit, hog and deer distances to be accurately measured, helping with precision shot placement. The X970 utilizes Pulsar’s Sumlight™ technology to increase the unit’s sensitivity in low-light environments.
Both Pulsar Digiforce models include a carrying case, wrist strap, warranty card and user manual. The 860RT also comes with micro USB cable and tripod adapter. The X970 includes a video cable and car adapter.
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