Ep. #53 | Pulsar Axion XM30 Thermal Monocular | Full Review

On this episode of The Late Night Vision Show Hans and Jason are back with another handheld thermal monocular review. This week they discuss the Axion XM30 which is 2nd model of this new-for-2019 thermal handheld lineup. This is the mid-price range of the 3 current Axions and it’s the least expensive model to include internal audio/video recording and the StreamVision smartphone app. Like the other Axions, the XM30 includes a removable, rechargeable battery and has the same amazingly small, lightweight design. Listen as Hans and Jason compare the Axion XM30 to several other Pulsar thermal monoculars and offer their take on it.  Check out the review below...


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