For years, it was a fact that when it came to night vision riflescopes, you were going to lay out big bucks to get anything remotely reliable & high quality. This is no longer the case since Pulsar introduced the hunting & shooting community to the N550 Digisight back in 2010. This optic didn't use tube technology, but instead operated on cutting edge digital night vision technology that allowed the hunter to not only see deer sized game out to over 100yds in complete darkness, but could also be used in the DAYTIME (something that can destroy the function of standard Generation tube technology such as the PVS14, etc.). Well, Pulsar has made some upgrades over the last couple of years and has now replace the N550 with the N750 Digisight
! The image quality has been improved over that of the N550, and some form & function upgrades have been made that allow the user to record their hunts, add auxiliary battery power, etc. Bottom line, the N750 does everything the N550 did, but does them much better!
We have a few of the N750 Digisight Riflescopes that need a new home on your rifle! If you're looking for high performance at a price point under $1,800, then this is the answer to your prayers! Here is the product description & specs from Pulsar:
The Pulsar N750 Digisight riflescope uses a highly sensitive CCD array (with a range of operation illumination 0.00001 - 30000 lux); the image transmitted to the high resolution display OLED (640x480 pixels) is contrasting, crisp and saturated. Thanks to the OLED display, the riflescope can be used within a wide temperature range from -20 °? to +50 °?. The Digisight N750 is a multifunctional device featuring a number of essential options for modern hunting. The screen displays information on operation status (running time, low battery indicator, active function etc.). The menu has additional functions for image settings: gradual brightness and contrast adjustment, SumLight™ signal processing program. The SumLight™ program automatically increases CCD array sensitivity under low light conditions. One of the remarkable features is the possibility of zeroing the riflescope not only in the traditional manner but also using a new “one shot zeroing” method. This makes the zeroing procedure significantly faster and more convenient. The Digisight N750 is equipped with a built-in laser / IR Illuminator (780 nm wavelength, safety class 1) which considerably increases viewing range. The Weaver rail on the side of the body allows an auxiliary IR Flashlight to be attached. Basic control functions (switching on/off the riflescope and the IR Illuminator, activation of digital zoom) can be performed with the help of the included wireless remote control. The riflescope features a video output to conduct video recording to external devices without the use of additional adapters and camera or camcorders. If necessary output video signal standard can be changed from PAL to NTSC. The Digisight N750 has one pre-loaded reticle. But the user can also upload another optional reticle from a reticle base available on our website. Colour of the reticle point can be switched from red to green. The Digisight N750 is resistant to bright light exposure and features excellent operational characteristics. The riflescope can be mounted on a wide range of hunting weapons including those of large calibers (shock resistance is guaranteed if cartridges with muzzle velocity not exceeding 6000 Joules are used). The riflescope operates on four rechargeable AA batteries but can also be powered with an external power supply. External power supplies such as EPS3 or EPS5 prolong riflescope’s operation time up to 9-20 hours (we recommend the EPS5 model). The IR laser illuminator in the Digisight N750 is fully compliant with US FDA Class 1 laser eye safety requirements. You may see, in certain circumstances, a slightly grainy, non-uniform pattern when the IR illuminator is activated. This is not a fault, it is a by-product of ensuring that the IR illuminator is 100% eye safe which is the manufacturer's prime concern.
How does the N750 compare to the N550? The image quality is a big improvement over the N550. You also get a variable magification range of 4.5-6.75x, whereas the N550 was fixed at 4.5x. The diopter adjustment on the N550 is +/-4 and on the N750 it is -5/+3. The resolution on the N750 is a 10% improvement from that of the N550. The built-in illuminator on the N750 has been upgraded to a laser with 780nm, while the N550 used a LED. The IR power on the illuminator on the N550 maxed out at 100mW, but the N750 can be varied from 75 to 125 mW, based on shooting conditions. A major improvement has to do with the beam divergence, with the N750 being nearly double the performance of the N550. Finally, there is also a wireless remote with the N750.
Specs for the Pulsar N750 Digisight:
Objective Lens Diameter: 50mm
Field of view: 5 degrees angular
Eye relief: 67mm
Built-in IR flashlight: Laser 780nm
Resolutions: 55 lines per mm
Max detection range: 600m
Diopter setting: +-4 D
Close-up range: 5m
Operating voltage: 3.7V .... 6 4*AA
External power supply: DC 9V
Power consumption: 15W / 3W
Water intrusion rating (IEC 60529): IP44
Operating temperature: -20C to +50 C
Operating time with IR: 3.5 hours
Operating time without IR: 4 hours
We're offering the Pulsar N750 Digisight for $1,699.00 SHIPPED
to your door within the lower 48 states. Payment by US Postal Money Order or credit card via online checkout on deltaoutdoorsman.com. Below is a direct link to checkout:
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Thanks for looking & please feel free to ask if you have questions. For those of you looking for hog or predator setup for your AR, you owe it to yourself to check out the N750 Digisight!