Higher Image Quality
SCT35 V2 adopts the 12μm detector with 384×288 resolution, 35mm-focal-length objective lens, upgrade OLED display, and updated module algorithms, providing clearer images.
New 1024×768 OLED
Upgrade OLED display. High contrast significantly improves the clarity, details, and layering of thermal images.
Adjustable image brightness and contrast
Experienced users have more options in tuning the image for different scenarios. Users can adjust image brightness and contrast, providing better playability.
High Shock Resistance
The Saim series features exceptionally high shock resistance up to 1000G.
Ultra-clear mode is special for bad weather such as heavy fog and raining, that make Saim be more sensitive and get more details.
Easily upgrade function
Enhanced EMMC (Embedded Multi Media Card) upgrade function. Users can copy upgrade program into scope and upgrade it within the scope directly.
Eight different reticles and greater 2.81 visual magnification
To satisfy different hunting requirements of users, eight different reticles are designed for users to choose from. The more advanced 12um detector is adopted, which has a greater visual magnification 2.81× and detection range 1818 meters.
Picture-in-Picture improves accuracy by providing a 2x magnified image of the reticle area at the top of the display. It helps to magnify the target while retaining the rest of the field of view visible.
External Power Supply
The working time can be significantly prolonged by connecting with high capacity external power supply units, i.e. portable power source via Type-C cable presented in the package.
Built-in Video recorder and WIFI connection
SCT35 V2 is built with memory of 32GB which can support to store video and pictures.
The wifi hotspot of the product supports simultaneous connection of four devices.
Built-in Accelerometer and Digital compass
Built-in accelerometer and digital compass improve accuracy by precisely identifying angle and inclination. The Saim Series can indicate the direction and degree of lateral tilting