Highly Sensitive Thermal Sensor
The Thermion 2 XQ35 Pro features a highly sensitive 384×288, 17 µm <25mK NETD thermal sensor with a 50Hz refresh rate, to deliver richly contrasted, crisp thermal imagery, achieving enhanced identification of animals and their extremities — with even the smallest details such as leaves, branches, and terrain easily distinguishable — in harsh weather conditions when thermal contrast is low.
35mm f1.0 Fast Aperture Lens
Combine this thermal sensor with the focusable 35mm f1.0 fast lens, and this scope offers astounding detection capabilities at distances of up to 1350m in daylight or complete darkness (when observing a standard 1.8m tall human or deer shaped object), even in rain or foggy conditions. The generous 10.7°x8.0° field of view opens up the observation area even further, providing better control when it comes to spotting objects otherwise previously undetected.
Base magnification increases four times from 2.5x -10.0x, with a digital zoom that can change either gradually by 2x steps, or continuously for smooth adjustment, offering the ideal magnification ratio and visible field of view to suit any situation.
HD AMOLED Display
The high definition 1024×768 HD AMOLED display with enhanced colour rendering and high contrast image provides a clear and smooth picture even when in motion. Coupling this with the wide-angle 29.5° eyepiece, -3/+5 dioptre adjustment, 50mm eye relief, and 5m minimum focus ensure little to no fatigue is experienced whilst using the scope, with comfortable image perception, no keyhole effect, and no eye strain.
Picture in Picture (PiP) Mode
Picture in Picture mode uses 10% of the AMOLED display, offering enhanced observation within an HD zeroing frame at the top of the viewfinder. PiP mode will display a magnified image of the target and reticle, whilst simultaneously retaining visual control over the entire field of view.
Eight Colour Palettes
A choice of eight colour palettes provides more effective observation of the field of view, optimising the scope for specific tasks and reacting to changing observation conditions.
For object detection, White Hot, Black Hot, and Red Hot are most effective; Rainbow and Ultramarine is best for object recognition and identification; and Red Monochrome, Sepia, and Violet are most suitable for long observation periods in darkness.
5 Shooting Profiles
The Thermion 2 XQ35 Pro provides 5 shooting profiles for a multitude of weapon or cartridge types. Each profile can hold up to 10 zeroing distances and offer up to 50 zeroing distances. Furthermore, a selection of 10 electronic reticle configurations is available in 9 colour modes. These electronic reticles are displayed in the same plane as the target.
10 Hours Battery Life
Achieves up to 10 hours battery life on a single charge (depending on temperature), with two rechargeable batteries provided (one built-in at 4.9 Ah capacity and one replaceable at 2 Ah capacity). Quick replacement of the second battery is made possible thanks to the embossment on the body, making swapping the batteries by touch nice and easy in total darkness.
Display Off & Instant Start-Up
“Display Off” mode deactivates image transmission to the display, reducing the screen brightness to an absolute minimum and entering standby mode rather than powering down the scope entirely, saving battery. Pressing the power button when the device is in standby mode will activate instant start-up and the scope will be operational again in just 3 seconds.
Further preservation of battery life can be achieved by using the Auto Power Off function. Once this mode is activated the scope will automatically power down when it detects it is being held in a non-operating position. Holding the riflescope up or down at an angle of 70°, or tilting to the left or right at 30° for 60 seconds will trigger the Auto Power Off functions and controls and buttons will be disabled.
Magnesium Alloy Bodyshell
The Thermion 2 XQ35 Pro has been built to be robust and durable whilst retaining familiar riflescope aesthetics when mounted on any hunting weapon on standard 30mm rings.
High Calibre Recoil Rated
Impact resistant, this thermal imaging riflescope can be used with hunting rifles using high calibres, as well as smooth-bore and pneumatic weapons.
Designed to work in a wide variety of temperatures, this riflescope will operate in -25 to +50 °C, with the frost-free AMOLED display providing a clear image, even when objects are observed in motion.
The IPX7 waterproof rating allows the Thermion 2 XQ35 Pro to work seamlessly in heavy rain, high humidity, and even after immersion in 1 metre of water for up to 30 minutes.
Built-In Still Image & Video Recorder with Audio
Capture all the once-in-a-lifetime moments with the built-in video with audio and still image recording capabilities. This, combined with the built-in Wi-Fi module and Stream Vision 2 connectivity, will allow the user to view and share memorable moments of their hunt.
These images and videos can be stored on the device’s 16GB of internal memory, where they can be easily downloaded to a laptop or PC via simple connection of a USB-C cord.
Integrated Wi-Fi Module
The built-in Wi-Fi module enables reliable and consistent operation between the device and a smartphone or tablet, allowing for easy connection between the device and Stream Vision 2.
Stream Vision 2
Available for Android or iOS smartphones or tablets, Stream Vision 2 opens up a wide range of connectivity features, including:
The ability to use a mobile phone as a wireless remote to control and adjust the device’s settings. View every change you make through the scope on a smartphone or tablet in real-time. This feature also allows for remote recording of footage or the capture of still images.
A gallery of photos and videos captured on the device can be browsed through and downloaded. These videos and images can also be shared with ease.
The ability to remotely update the device, meaning all the latest features are at your fingertips and you can ensure your scope is always running on the latest firmware.
Taking Thermal & Night Vision Outside of the UK.
Thermal imaging and night vision products are strictly controlled by ITAR regulations and are subject to UK Government Export Licensing Regulations. Dependent on specification, a licence may need to be obtained prior to the export, even temporarily (e.g. holiday), from the UK.
Additionally, some countries may be embargoed, and no thermal imagers or night vision devices can be taken or exported to them. It is the responsibility of the exporter, whether it be a company or individual, to ensure that such a licence is obtained.
Failure to comply is a criminal offence.