The Burris Thermal Riflescope comes in two different models; the BTS 35 and the BTS 50. Both models come with 4 power zoom, hot tracking, stadiametric ranging and 5 unique color palettes (plus two non-color ). Both models have 10 reticle options. They also come with manual and auto NUC (Non-Uniformity Correction). Non-Uniformity Correction adjusts for minor detector drift that occurs as the scene and environment change, producing a higher quality, more accurate image. The Burris Thermal Riflescope has adjustable contrast and brightness. The Burris BTS 35 has 1.7-6.8x magnification and a 35mm lens objective while the Burris BTS 50 has 2.9-9.2x magnification and a 50mm lens objective. Both have a 1024x768 Color OLED screen. The frame rate is at 50Hz on both thermal models. It mounts on a picatinny rail.
The Burris Thermal Riflescope will last roughly 3+ hours using the stand battery or roughly 5+ hours with the 3400 mAh high-output battery. The battery typed used is a single 18650 battery.
The Burris Thermal Scope has these 7 Palette Options:
Unlike many other thermal scopes on the market, the Burris Thermal Riflescope comes with the Burris Forever Warranty, ensuring you that it is warrantied FOREVER!