HIKMICRO Thunder Zoom TQ60Z 2.0 60 mm Thermal Imaging Scope.
Introducing the first <20mK Thermal Scope with optical zoom.
With an extremely high thermal sensitivity (NETD<20mK) detector combining a powerful thermal camera of up to 640×512 @12µm @FO.9/F1.1, Thunder Zoom 2.0 ensures vivid, informative, and layered Images even under the slightest temperature differences.
The super large aperture guarantees improved temperature radiation capturing capability with incredible detail. You can easily distinguish your target from the background with different lens combos.
Thunder Zoom 2.0 offers dual FOV via optical zoom technology. Switching 35 mm camera to 60 mm camera, magnifications change from 1.8x to 3.1x and although the image is zoomed in it still maintains high quality.
Zero position is adjusted automatically when switching between two lenses, which means, you can zero one time for two lenses simultaneously. Please note: You should zero under the small FOV lens (50 mm lens in TH50Z 2.0 or 60 mm lens in TQ60Z 2.0).
Magnesium alloy design stands extreme environment from -30°C to 55°C, improved stability meets the long-lasting use.
The HIKMICRO battery pack offers up to 6.5 hours of use, and being replaceable and rechargeable, ensures uninterrupted operation even in low-temperature environments.
High shock resistance even on larger calibre’s to .375 H&H, 12-gauge and 9.3 × 64
Software enhancements include a new UI with a quick access menu, brightness and tone adjustments, multiple reticle and zeroing profiles, recoil-activated video and audio recording, and an automatic calibration countdown, offering a user-friendly and personalized experience.
Built-in WI-FI hotspot capability allows for real-time transfer of files, livestreaming to your smartphone and wireless firmware updates via the HIKMICRO SIGHT App after being connected to your phone via hotspot. Search HIKMICRO SIGHT on App Store (iOS System) or Google Play™ (Android System) to download it, or scan the QR code to download and install.
Acknowledgement: Huntsman Optics