Friday, June 7, 2024

Merger LRF XP35: Compact and Powerful

Premiering at Outdoor Classics 2024, the Merger LRF XP35 continues Pulsar’s manufacturing tradition of compact but powerful binoculars. This product features the widest field of view in its category and an extremely sensitive 640x480 <25mk NETD thermal sensor. The Merger LRF XP35 is the latest addition to the Merger line of digital thermal binoculars, known for its European quality, ergonomics, and the comfort of observation. It features a staggeringly wide field of view (17.8°). This allows you to comfortably scan vast areas for far greater distances with both eyes without eye fatigue.

The Merger LRF XP35 is equipped with our signature European-made Lynred sensor with NETD <25 mK thermal sensitivity. This guarantees a highly detailed image with superb sharpness and quality even in adverse conditions. With a variable magnification ranging from a base of 2x to a maximum of 16x, this pair of thermal binoculars is perfect for observation at a wide variety of ranges. The new model comes with a built-in laser rangefinder that measures distances of up to 1,000 yards. With a detection range of up to 1,500 yards, these binoculars enable users to assess environments and find heat signatures quickly and error-free.

Like all models in the Merger line, the Merger LRF XP35 is powered by a dual battery system – one internal and one replaceable – providing up to 9 hours of continuous operation.

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