|Availability:||Out of stock|
The Helion XP38 can see up to 1350 meters and is therefore the golden mean between the XP28 and XP50. Both for spotting small, fast-moving animals such as bats and foxes and for the detection of larger animals such as deer. To see bats, we generally recommend the XP28. Unfortunately this model has been taken out of production, all the more reason to invest in the Helion XP38. You can buy a separate lens, both F.28 and F.50, so that you can always spot within the correct image range. The 50 Hz refresh rate ensures that you don't have to miss a single movement. Watch everything in the dark quickly, comfortably and dynamically.
The Helion XP38 contains a rechargeable battery pack, the IPS5 with an option on IPS10. This is a 5.2 Ah battery that can be used fully charged for no less than 8 hours, so all night. The fact that you do not have to constantly change batteries makes this thermal camera very popular.
The images, both photos and videos, are automatically saved and you can transfer them to your PC or laptop with a cable at home or at the office. This can even be done wirelessly to your smartphone and tablet on both iOS and Android as well as the Stream Vision App. You can also update the internal software of the Helion XP38 with the help of this app, a major advantage over other brands that work without general software.
Unfortunately, a long delivery period currently applies to Pulsar thermal cameras and therefore also to the Helion XP38. We process orders on order dates, if we have it in stock then we definitely recommend to order quickly.
|640x480 @ 17μm|
|Frame rate||50 Hz|
|Objectively||F38 / 1.2 (adjustable)|
|Magnification||1.9 - 15.2|
|Field of view||16.3 x 12.3|
|Detection range||1350 meters|
|Temperature||Operating between -25 ° C to 50 ° C|
The Helion XP38 comes with a battery pack, charger, USB cable, protective and carrying case, wrist strap, manual, lens cloth and warranty card.
Unfortunately, we cannot export this camera to countries outside the EU.