• 640x480 MicroIR Thermal Sensor
• 60hz Super Fast Image
• DCE - Digital Contrast Enhance
• 35% More Magnification
• Edge Detection Mode
• 40% Longer Battery Life
• Increased Clip-On Capability
• Sharper Image Quality
• Digital Brightness Control
• Video Output
The IR Hunter Mark II is the perfect thermal weapon sight and with good reason. It is a combination of over 20 years of night vision system design and feedback from the original IR Hunter. This led us to our new improved Mk II version that is only available in 640x480 resolution because we only want to deliver the best to our customers. We chose to upgrade the sensor to the new MicroIR 12um Micron technology that is extremely impressive and also uses less power, which increases battery life. We also decided to combine this new sensor with a Mil-Spec Emagin OLED micro display that delivers a super crisp, sharp image per customer request.
We also added a 60hz fast frame rate to every Mk II system at no additional cost. The fast frame rate will be very useful for leading a shot on a fast moving target. Another nice feature of the new Mk II is that the 12um system delivers 35% more magnification than a 17um system. This gives you more magnification for less money out of your pocket which might help explain why the IR Hunter Mk II is the lowest cost 640x480 system on the market today.
The IR Hunter Mark II still contains all the features and ergonomics of the original IR Hunter in a sleek package made to securely fit on your rifle. You should find comfort in operating the Turret Knob controls as they are located where you expect them to be, same as your day optics. Button controls are nice, but in the dark, downrange, under fire, your natural instincts will appreciate the IR Hunter's similarity to your day scope.
One of the key decisions when buying a thermal weapon sight is whether to get a dedicated scope or Clip-On system. The IR Hunter Mk II allows you to have the best of both worlds. The system works as a Clip-On out of the box with no accessory required on a selection of 1x, 1-4x and 1-6x day optics (ask for approved optics list).
Delivering super sharp detailed symbols and reticles combined with our high precision adjusters allows you to simply sight in, and quickly make the ballistic corrections the shot demands.
The 640x480 IR Hunter Mark II is offered in two different Objective Lens dimensions (19mm & 35mm); magnification varies between the two options:
19mm is 1.5-12x Magnification
35mm is 2.5-20x Magnification
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Sensor Type: Uncooled VOx (Vanadium Oxide)
Thermal Sensitivity: Sensor Resolution: 640x480
Frame Rate: 60hz with a 30hz Power Save Mode
Spectral Response: 8 - 12 um
Display Type> OLED
Display Resolution: 640x480 Pixels
Basic Features: E-Zoom, Polarity (optional color)
DCE – Digital Contrast Enhancement
ETR – Enhanced Target Recognition
Start Up Time: >4 Seconds
Video Output: Analog RS-170 (with Optional Cable)
Battery Type: 2 each CR123 3V
Battery Life: 3.5 Hours @ 60hz / 5 Hours @ 30hz
Weapon Mount: LaRue Tactical QD Rail Mount
Reticle: Simple & Complex Reticles
Weight 1.5x Model 825 grams
2.5x Model 990 grams
Dimensions 1.5x Model – 6.5” L x 2.9” H x 3.1” W
2.5x Model – 7.4” L x 2.9” H x 3.1” W
Diopter: -6 / +4
Eye Relief: 27mm
Environmental: -40c to +55c Operating -45c to +75c Storage
Export: The Export of this product without proper licensing is strictly prohibited and falls under ITAR per title 22, CFR, parts 120-130. Please contact US Night Vision Export Dept. to receive further information on how to obtain proper licensing from the U.S. Department of State.
Unbelievable, I bought the 35MM model a couple months ago and have had a great experience with it. so far.. Easy to zero on an AR platform. This is my first thermal unit, and I couldn't be happier. I still use a PVS-14 for scanning and it doesn't come close to the IR for picking out critters.. So far 6 hogs several racoons, and a coyote... It never misses as long as I do my part.. It's a little battery hungry, I'm glad that I opted for the extender.