Thermal Vision Cameras: A Great Choice For Professional Hunters

Originally developed for surveillance, thermal vision cameras are becoming more and more popular in various industries. Now, it is not unlikely to see a thermal vision camera in a hunter’s backpack, packed alongside other hunting gear. 

The thermal vision camera itself is, of course, just a part of a thermal device. Typically, it includes many other features which boost the device’s usability and make it a great hunting companion. If you are in search of one, the Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 PRO is a great choice.

This thermal night vision camera has a vast range of useful features that make it one of the most sought after devices in the market.

Let us start with the thermal imaging sensor – one of the most important components of any thermal vision camera.

In Helion’s case, the sensor offers unprecedented sensitivity and has a NETD value below 25. This value is an industry standard for measuring a thermal device’s sensitivity, and the lower the number, the better the image you can expect.

In Helion’s case, the sensitivity is high enough to offer amazing quality even in conditions that are typically tough for a thermal night vision camera – this includes:

  • rain;
  • snow;
  • fog;
  • early mornings when temperature differences are low.

To further improve the image quality of a thermal vision camera, a great objective lens is required.

Helion comes equipped with a fast, large-aperture lens that captures the smallest signals. Then there are the proprietary image processing algorithms that help adjust the image quality, sharpness, and clarity.

With a thermal night vision camera like the Pulsar Helion 2XP50 PRO, you can not only observe your surroundings but also take photos or make video recordings with sounds. This allows hunters to save those precious moments and share their once-in-a-lifetime experiences with friends and family.

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At Pulsar, we also make sure our devices have WiFi connectivity to further increase usability.

The WiFi makes connecting your thermal imaging camera to your smartphone or tablet easy and convenient. This is achieved via the free Stream Vision 2 app. By connecting your devices, you can use your smartphone as a remote control for Helion (or any other device by Pulsar).

You can also use the WiFi connection to transfer photos and videos from Helion to your smartphone seamlessly. And if you wish, you can enjoy direct streaming, thus allowing multiple people to enjoy the view through a thermal device – one of our friends, ornithologist Boris Belchev uses this feature when he is guiding people on nature tours and wants to show them owls at night. And these aren’t the only benefits of the Stream Vision 2 app – but you will surely get them once you purchase your device.

If you choose the Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 PRO, you can also be sure you will get a fully waterproof device.

Thanks to its extra-strong magnesium alloy housing and some other secrets which we’d like to keep to ourselves, we have achieved the IPX7 rating. This means two things:

  • first, you can safely use the device under any precipitation;
  • second, even if you accidentally submerge it into the water for some time, it will still function smoothly.

Sounds interesting? Then maybe it is time to contact your local distributor and learn everything about the Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 PRO – because we promise there really is a lot more to find out!