The Pulsar Axion 2 has a space-saving and pocket-sized design and weighing 300 grams. The device is easy to grip and operate by right-handed and left-handed people due to the symmetrical design and in-line buttons arrangement on the upper panel.
Variable magnification - Digital zoom provides improved focus and better overall object recognition at significant distances. The zoom changes either gradually in 2x step or continuously for a truly optimum customized field of view for specific situation.
The Axion 2 has a built-in video recorder. The internal memory of the Axion 2 can store hours of video and tens of thousands of photos. One touch of a button is enough to take a photo of an interesting scene or start recording video. The footage is copied to a computer hard drive via a USB-C port. The Axion 2 owner has a free 16 GB disk space for storing photos and videos captured with the device in the Pulsar cloud storage. Simply install the Stream Vision 2 mobile application log in and connect the device with a smartphone via WiFi.
Built-in WiFi connects the Axion 2 to Android and iOS smartphones via the Stream Vision 2 mobile application. This opens up a wide range of options including wireless device software updates real-time image transmission from the device to the smartphone screen publication on social media of photo and video content captured by the device or transfer to messengers remote control of digital device functions and access to the latest news from Pulsar. Moreover registered users receive 16 GB of cloud storage for photos and videos recorded with the device.
IPX7 waterproof-rated for protection from heavy rainfall snow or other precipitation. The unit is designed to run flawlessly even after submersion in up to 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
A high-contrast AMOLED display has an improved colour rendering power saving and quick-response providing sharp and smooth images observing even under frosty conditions.
A choice of 8 colour palettes lets the user observe their field of view more effectively allowing them to optimise the unit for specific tasks as well as react to changing observation conditions. White Hot Black Hot and Red Hot are optimal for object detection Rainbow and Ultramarine help increase chances for recognition & identification. Red Monochrome Sepia and Violet are most suitable for long observation in the night