Introducing the Pulsar Talion XQ35 Pro Thermal Rifle Hunting Scope. Replacing the previous Talion XQ38 model, the new XQ35 Pro offers an improved image quality, <25mk NETD rating for more detailed imaging and a wider field of view. The XQ35 Pro takes an already great scope and makes it even better!
The Pulsar Talion XQ35 Pro's 384x288 thermal resolution enables you to detect targets with utmost clarity, even in challenging environments and poor conditions. With a remarkable sub <25mk NETD rating sensor, you'll experience enhanced sensitivity, providing a significant advantage when spotting animals at a wide range of distances.
Equipped with a 2.5x base magnification and wide FOV, the Talion XQ35 Pro lets you observe targets up close but the powerful 10x digital zoom allows you to hone in on your target at longer ranges ensuring you never miss a shot. Whether it's a distant coyote or an up close hog lurking in the brush, the XQ35 Pro provides a positive ID range at up to 250 yards, giving you the confidence to make accurate decisions in the heat of the hunt.
Not only does the Pulsar Talion XQ35 Pro deliver excellent performance, but it also includes a huge list of great features such as; internal audio and video recording, WiFi streaming with the Pulsar Stream Vision 2 app, picture in picture function, multiple reticles options and a wide variety of color pallets. With a recoil rating up to a 12 gauge shotgun or a .375 H&H and multiple rifle zeroing profiles, you can easily swap the Talion between different rifles. The Talion also features a fully removable and rechargeable Pulsar APS5-T battery pack that will allow you to stay in the field for hours on end.
If you're looking for an affordable thermal scope that still offers great image quality and all the features you want and need for your time in the field, look no further than the Pulsar Talion XQ35 Pro.
384x288 pix. @ 17 µm (NETD <25 mK)
1475 yard detection range
Photo and video recording
Wi-Fi connectivity and Stream Vision 2 app supported
I bought this thermal about a year ago and couldn't be happier! After lots of researching and watching videos on various brands and models, my mind still wasn't made up. Only after asking Jason tons of questions about performance, my use and reliability did I feel comfortable enough to purchase a scope. It's great, easy to use and reliable. I use it 4-5 nights a week. Changing back and forth between 2 rifles it retains a good zero. Even take it camping without being on a gun. Everyone loves it, I bet 30 people have looked through it and always same reaction.. its awesome! Thank you Jason for helping me, scope has been a lot more fun than i ever thought it could be.
XQ35 pro - Thermal Entry Experience
My review receives a 4 star, pre-hunt.
I first started out watching reviews for a solid entry level thermal scope with more quality than "budget friendly ". I've tried "budget friendly" night vision and decided, frankly, at some point a person needs to commit to jumping in a pool they can swim in, NV or Thermal.
I looked at reviews on Youtube for thermal at the XQ38 and at the time I was purchasing, the XQ35 Pro was going on sale. Thus, I watched reviews with Outdoor Legacy comparing the XQ38 and the XQ35 Pro and figured, I'm in this far money-wise, why not another $500 more by the time it's said and done, for capabilities and quality I can really grow on? After watching more XQ35 Pro reviews and understanding the advantage, I pulled the trigger on the scope and a QD mount. Shipping was fast and packaging was done thoughtfully, the quality showed. Also, loved the Tshirt, thank you.
Batteries were easy to charge, the case and accessories are adequate.
After several nights off using the scope around the property as a monocular, learning the buttons and features, I sighted the scope in during the daytime. With a zero dialed in, I'm ready to set out. No coyotes yet, they all split, apparently they heard about my advantage now?
As for the buttons on the Talion XQ35 Pro, controls are easy. They are easy to feel, easy to reach and easy to remember what button does what. The quality of the image is what I need to identify targets, size dependant, out to 110yds. I say "size dependant" because at that range, in trees, a house cat, racoon and possum appear similar..ie smaller animals. Know your target! No, I haven't made a mistake in a live fire situation. I learned this in my walking the property with a monocular phase looking at animals. Point being, take the time to educate yourself about images and identification before you go shooting away. Night shooting is a whole new world, and it is very exciting!
I hope to add several zero profiles to this scope for several different rifles. My main priority is predator and nuisance animal control. The distances I'm working with are under 150yds. My terrain is partially wooded with rolling, hilly topography. Weather is generally humid and temps can very up to 100* between the extreme winter and extreme summer.
My intention is coyote predator hunting. We've had problems recently with losing domestic pets to these coyotes. Not my first time dealing with them but my first opportunity I can now setup and hunt them on my terms.
So far, happy with the Talion XQ35 Pro. Imagine is good, ease of controls and zeroing. Now it's a matter of putting it all together and knocking down coyotes.
Great thermal for the price
Thai exceeded my expectations. I purchased based on the recommendation of OL. Will do business with these guys again.
Pulsar Talion XQ35 PRO 2.5x-10x Thermal Rifle Scope
Gamechanger. More than I was expecting for an “entry level” thermal
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