IRay BOLT TL35 V2 Thermal Sight
NEW V2 FEATURES
- TL35V2 adopts a Sony 1024X768 OLED display instead of a 1280×960 LCOS display of TL35. The imaging quality will be improved a lot. The OLED display will offer better layers and contrast.
- TL35V2 is equipped with Mic function, therefore customers can record the voice too when recording.
- TL35V2 comes with an option of an expandable Laser Ranging Function, TL35V2 is able to measure the distance when the LRF is connected to the device through Bluetooth.
OLD MEETS NEW
The BOLT features InfiRay Outdoor’s innovative new way to control a thermal optic. Unlike other thermal optics with a turret style controller on one side, the BOLT has a large and easy to find metal turret controller on top. This makes operation easier in the dark and completely ambidextrous. The turret controller also has positive and tactile clicks when twisting, and a positive click when pressing in unlike any other thermal scope on the market. Both the aesthetics and the function of the BOLT demonstrate InfiRay Outdoor’s mission to combined the traditional style and feel of a day optic and the advanced technology of thermal imaging.
The TL35 features the industry leading InfiRay 12 micron Micro II core with proprietary MATRIX III image processing, but that is just where the high performance begins. Along with the best sensor and software the TL35 uses a set of optics specifically designed for a 12 micron sensor and a low power consumption LCOS HD display. Dual internal batteries power the BOLT for an incredible 10 hours, and if you need more runtime the BOLT has an additional battery well for an off-the-shelf 18500 or 18650 battery. The BOLT also supports charging the internal batteries through a USB-C connector while in operation so you are never stuck with a dead battery.
The BOLT comes with 16gb of memory for storing 20,000 images or 24 hours of video. Captured videos and images can be easily transferred to your smartphone at lightning speed via app. The WiFi mode also allows for up to 4 connections to the BOLT simultaneously allowing multiple viewers to see the BOLT’s thermal image in real time. Audio can now be recorded directly on the scope.
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