(MANSFIELD, TEXAS 2017/10/20) – Sightmark is proud to introduce the highly-anticipated Photon RT. Successor to the Photon XT, one of the most popular night vision scopes ever, the new Photon RT series of digital night vision riflescopes improves upon the XT generation with an upgraded core and new, user-friendly features while maintaining the same simplicity and durability that made the Photon XT line so successful. The Photon RT series consists of 4 models: Photon RT 4.5x42S (SM18015), Photon RT 4.5×42 (SM18016), Photon RT 6x50S (SM18017) and Photon RT 6×50 (SM18018).

Night vision riflescope
The Photon RT night vision scope has been upgraded with a new core and user-friendly features.

Designed for day and night use, new Photon RTs feature an upgraded 768×576 CMOS sensor, with 40% higher resolution over the Photon XT series and a detailed 640×480 LCD display. Serious hunters are sure to appreciate integrated built-in video recording, with sound capabilities, and 2x digital zoom. Ideal for hog and predator hunting at any hour, Photon RT series digital night vision riflescopes also feature a power input compatible with powerbanks via microUSB and work with the Pulsar Stream Vision app to allow remote viewing on phones and other smart devices.

While all Photons come standard with a built-in IR illuminator, dedicated hunters will welcome the invisible 940nm IR illuminator, standard on non-‘S’ models; this IR light does not produce a red glow when viewed directly. A side weaver rail on the Photon allows shooters to attach additional accessories or IR lights to increase performance and application uses. Continuing to keep the user in mind, Photon RTs also boasts 6 reticle options, one-shot zeroing, IP55 water-resistant protection and a recoil rating up to .375. All Photon RT models come standard with carrying case, USB cable, spare battery container, battery container pouch, lens cloth and user manual. Photon RTs are revolutionizing the affordable night vision optics game.

 

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