Benefits of daylight optics in the nighttime
The Krypton allows users to maintain the benefits of day optics at night. Advantages include the longer eye relief compared to night vision riflescopes, continued use of familiar and conventional aiming reticles, continuous zoom and the quick conversion from day to thermal hunting mode, preserving shooting style.
HD AMOLED Display
A quality HD AMOLED display delivers crisp, richly contrasted, vivid images. The AMOLED technology provides flawless, fluid, high-resolution imaging and power savings
Long Operation Time
Quick change rechargeable battery packs provide enough power for up to 8 hours of non-stop operation. On one battery pack the unit can run the whole night without the need to be replaced. Any ordinary power bank can be connected via Micro USB and used as an external power supply.
Recoil Rated up to .375 H&H, 12-Gauge and 9.3x64
The Krypton is recoil rated up to 6,000 joules for flawless performance on larger calibers up to .375 H&H, 12-gauge and 9.3x64.
Software Evolution Support
A smartphone, the free mobile application Stream Vision and Internet access is all one needs to check updates and to install new firmware. This allows a user to improve or add new features to a Krypton he/she already owns.
IPX7 Waterproof Rated
The IPX7 waterproof rating protects against heavy rainfall, snow or other precipitation. The KRYPTON is designed to run flawlessly, even after submersion in up to 3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes.
Wide Range of Operating Temperatures (-25 to +50°C)
The housing, power unit, optics and electronics of the Krypton are designed for applications in a wide range of temperatures. The Krypton ensures reliable and effective performance in extreme cold down to -25°C.
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