The new Core FXQ38 and FXQ50 thermal imagers are designed as two-in-one products that can be used as standalone handheld scanners or can be attached to a Picatinny rail to provide night-vision aiming capabilities.
Several features of the two new Core thermal imagers include an interchangeable eyepiece that allows for easy clip-on attachment to a daytime riflescope. The optics also use noiseless shutter calibration, an external power supply and a waterproof design that allows for use in the field without worrying about damage. Both products use high-resolution sensors and features a 640x480 AMOLED display. The company claims that the FXQ38 is capable of making out a human-size target at 1,475 yards, while the FXQ50 is capable of the same feat at 1,970 yards.
The Core RXQ30V is designed as a more affordable option for hunters and shooters looking to bridge the gap between top-of-the-line performance and cost. According to Pulsar, the RXQ30V is capable of detecting heat signatures up to 985 yards.
The suggested retail price on the new Pulsar FXQ50 is $5,499.99, while the new FXQ38 retails at a suggested price of $4,399.99. The more affordable RXQ30V retails at a suggested price of $2,089.98.