Don’t just take the shot, Record it | ATN X-Sight LTE Digital Scope Series
What if you could get a digital rifle scope that works great during the day, has a night vision mode, can record video when you make that shot of the year, is lightweight, has a low power consumption, and is easy to mount—would you be interested? Well, look no further because ATN claims they have all that in their ATN X-Sight LTV Ultra Light Day & Night Vision Rifle Scopes.
ATN X-SIGHT LTV 3-9x and 5-15x Dital Rifle Scopes
You can choose between two optics. ATN’s 3-9x digital rifle scope or the 5-15x. Both scopes offer HD optics and QHD+ M584 day and night sensor that we’re told give the user crisp, vivid images, no matter the time of day.
You can now turn those images in your sight to HD videos. ATN scopes come with a 4-64 GB Micro SD Card, so you can prove your hunt.
The scopes are also meant to last all day, at least that’s what they tell us. If you’re out on a long hunting trip, you could use your scope continuously for about 10 hours before having to replace the internal lithium-ion battery.
ATN credits the long life to the scopes’ low power ATN Obsidian LT Core.
Built out of hardened aluminum alloy, the company claims both scopes are recoil-resistant to high calibers, are easy to mount, and require only a single shot to zero—A One Shot Zero.
The only differences between the two digital rifle scopes are their magnification, field of view, dimension, weight, and of course price.
3-9x Digital Rifle Scope
- Magnification: 3-9x
- Field of View: 460 ft (9º)
- Dimension: 12.2″x2.2″x2.2″ / 310x55x55 mm
- Weight: 1.6 lb / 745 g
5-15x Digital Rifle Scope
- Field of View: 240 ft (5º)
- Dimension: 13″x2.2″x2.2″ / 330x55x55 mm
- Weight: 1.7 lb / 780 g
For more information, you can visit ATN directly.
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