Since 1994, Pulsar has been creating some of the most advanced optic devices on the planet.
The company recently released the newest addition to its already successful Recon line of digital night vision monoculars: the Recon X870.
- RELATED STORY: Pulsar Releases Digisight 850 LRF Digital Riflescope
The Pulsar Recon X870 digital night vision monocular features a 5.5x magnification and 752×582 camera resolution for a crisp, detailed view.
The new Recon is designed with an intuitive easy-to-use interface, packed into a lightweight and durable composite housing while featuring the highest sensor resolution of all Recon models.
The Recon X870 was designed for a wide array of uses and activities from hunting to surveillance and provides users the ability to spot objects at more than 300 yards.
- RELATED STORY: Top 27 New Weapon Sights and Optics For 2015
Equipped with an OLED display with 640×480 resolution, the X870 can even be used in colder environments down to -13 F. The Recon X870 model is designed with a 915nm laser IR illuminator that is invisible to the naked eye, an ideal application for law enforcement professionals.
For more information on the Recon X870 and other products from Pulsar, please visit Pulsar-nv.com.