Night Vision Riflescope User manual Pulsar Digisight scopes starting from N550 have been super popular. Word Photos and Videos, Learn about pulsar digisight n550, via. Pulsar N550 Digisight Night Vision Rifle Scope - REVIEW. (Pulsar N550 Digisight) - Duration. Pulsar Digisight N750 Digital Night Vision Riflescope. USER MANUAL The Digisight N550 is meant for observation and shooting in twilight or nighttime. In complete darkness (lack of stars or the Moon) use of the built-in IR. The Pulsar Digisight N550A Digital Night Vision Riflescope features 13 built-in reticle options, allowing shooters to switch between white and black subtensions on.
I wanted to wait a bit before reviewing this scope so I could have a chance to use it a few times. Overall the scope is really impressive. The 'one shot zero' is really cool and quite simple. Clarity of the scope is not what you will get from high end optics, but this is not really optics. It's basically a video camera on your rifle. On quick movements, it takes a second for the view to catch up and focus. If you want an idea what I mean, look at your smart phone camera.
Zoom in and out, move it around. What you see on your screen, how it reacts, is very similar to how this scope reacts.
There is quite a learning curve associated with this scope. It is not a mount and go type of thing.
Lots of settings and adjustments but once you get it figured out and set up, it really is impressive. A few things I would change. An actual instruction manual would help a ton. All the scope comes with is a quick start guide that basically tells you how to mount it to your rifle and how to put the batteries in. ATN wants you to go online and use their website to get instructions. That's great and all until you are in the middle of nowhere shooting and you want to adjust something or need to know how to do something and you have no WIFI or internet service. The focus knob is insanely tight.
Naruto Shippuden Episode 5 English Dubbed Youtube. People are rigging up all kinds of things to try to make it easier to adjust. The rubber eye piece falls off really easily if you brush past it. A small dab of glue would do wonders.
So overall, an impressive scope. Complicated and tricky with lots of adjustments and things to mess with to make it how you like it. Features such as 'one shot zero' are really cool. Once you tweek it enough and get things figured out, the night vision is remarkably clear. I would recommend this scope, but you shouldn't think it will be like a normal scope you mount, zero, and your done. There is a sharp learning curve. I purchased the ATN X-sight for its video recording ability and for its night vision.