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Armasight Zeus-Pro 640 4 - 32 x 100 30 Hz Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight

Armasight Zeus-Pro 640 4 - 32 x 100 30 Hz Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
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SKU: 106789708 Item: TAT163WN1ZPRO41
Armasight The Armasight Zeus-Pro 640 4 - 32 x 100 30 Hz Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight features a germanium lens and a wireless remote control. Armasight Zeus-Pro 640 4 - 32 x 100 30 Hz Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight
106789708 7995.99 USD


Select Color: Black
Select Pattern: Matte
Select Objective Size: 100mm

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Stay on the hunt from dusk to dawn with the Armasight Zeus-Pro 640 4 - 32 x 100 30 Hz Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight, which features a variety of reticle colors and patterns for accurate target acquisition in low-light conditions. The TAU-2 Pitch AMOLED SVGA 060 display with 8 discretely adjustable brightness levels delivers clear, vivid images, and the electronic compass and inclinometer offer fine range estimation and target orientation. Made in USA.

Features and Benefits
  • TAU-2 Pitch AMOLED SVGA 060 display with a military-grade germanium objective lens and 8 discretely adjustable brightness levels delivers clear, vivid images
  • Long eye relief offers comfortable viewing
  • TAU-2 thermal sensor offers 24/7 operation in the presence of smoke, dust, haze, fog and other environmental obscurants
  • Selectable ballistic and quick-acquisition reticles offer 4 MOA dot, line dot, cross center dot, cross, crosshair or no-reticle options as well as 4 selectable reticle colors
  • Electronic compass and inclinometer for fine range estimation and target orientation
  • 9-pin connector enables video-in imagery and external power access
  • Still-image and video-recording capability (requires a digital video recorder with SD card slot, sold separately)
  • Quick-release locking weapon mount
  • Includes a 5-button wireless remote with a Picatinny adapter, 4 CR123A batteries, AA battery accessories, a battery cap insert removal key, a video cable and 2 cases
  • MIL-STD-810 compliant
  • Bluetooth® compatibility allows direct interfacing with most smartphones
  • Made in USA
Important Product and Safety Information
  • By purchasing this item, you agree to accept sole responsibility for obtaining any necessary or appropriate export licensing or approvals.
  • The export or transfer of this item may be subject to U.S. Government export control laws, including, but not limited to, International Traffic in Arms Regulations at Title 22 of the Code of Federal Regulations and Export Administration Regulations.
  • By purchasing this item, you agree to not export, re-export, or transfer this item without first obtaining any necessary or appropriate U.S. Government licensing or approvals.
  • Academy Sports + Outdoors does not engage in the sale or shipment of any items outside of the United States, and Academy Sports + Outdoors makes no representation or warranty regarding the issuance of export licenses for any item.
  • Batteries Required: Yes
  • Battery Type: CR123A
  • Number of Batteries: 4
  • Batteries Included: Yes
  • Manufacturer warranty - general: 3 years
  • Manufacturer warranty - parts: 10 years (FLIR detector)
  • Objective lens diameter (mm): 100
  • Exit pupil (mm): 10
  • Eye relief (in.): 1.78
  • Focus type: Manual
  • Night vision: Yes
  • Water resistance: Waterproof
  • Product length (in.): 10.4
  • Product weight (oz.): 46.4
What's in the Box
  • Armasight Zeus-Pro 640 4 - 32 x 100 30 Hz Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight
  • 4 CR123A batteries
  • Battery cartridge for AA batteries
  • Battery box extender ring for AA batteries
  • AWRec wireless remote
  • Battery cap insert removal key
  • Picatinny adapter for AWRec
  • SKB case
  • Soft carrying case
  • Video cable
  • Owner's manual
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply The Best At What it Does Living in the south and in the hurricane zone it's not a good ideal to be without some sort of Night Vision devise. I've had PVS7Bs, several Insight PAS23s but I've always thought they never gave me a complete view or the range to protect or at least know who's on my property. This is the most expensive thermal scope I've ever purchased and it's also the best. I read the reviews and even though I don't hunt thought this scope will see as far as I want and through rain and fog. I did burn up a ton of time watching videos on YouTube and some of the same price units just didn't seem worth the tag. Even FLIR products seemed to fair poorly against the Armasight products. Believe me when I say the price was way over what I wanted to pay and it will take me a year or so before that's done. I wanted the best, I read reviews and talked to many people and the topic always came back to Armasight. If you're on the fence and the price seems way out of line of what your looking for, look again. You can buy something else, but you'll always wonder why you bought the second best.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing tool to increase the hunting experience.. Very easy and intuitive menu set.. lots of useful options. Video quality is spot on. Zoom at 4x&8x gets real pixelated and distorted as expected with digital zoom. Point of Impact steady on all zoom settings. Picked up the a field mouse heat signature over around 150 yards. Deer over 1000 yards with good identification. Does get barometric saturation and must NUC a lot during wet hunts. Would HIGHLY recommend the extended battery pack with rechargeable Samsung batteries as they will go all night. Surefire set lasts a couple hours of intermittent use and gets pricey. Customer service has been great. Have an issue of the scope powering down/resetting after recoil though.. Worked good initially but issue just started, no fix as of yet. Others have the same issue. Difficult to upgrade software due to sending back to the factory for weeks/months without scope. Built rock solid though. Tough to use on standard rifle with long stock due to getting eye on viewfinder. Best with collapsible stock.. Sits high on rifle as well so get use to new shooting position. Wish I would have purchased a Thermal years ago.. Can't live without it now when you can see EVERYTHING that is moving at night and do not have to wonder what it is, squint for identification or just flat out miss it because you didn't see it. You can see animals standing in the woods that you are not able to see with the eye or the best optics. Just amazing.. So start saving as the price is the downfall.
Date published: 2016-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best thermal imaging scope on the market! When I got my new GAP Hospitaller last year I started to use my older Sako TRG less and decided to make that a dedicated night vision weapon. I choose thermal mainly because if needed I still can effectively engage targets in the day time. From my service days I knew that thermals are very expensive and if you wanted the top of the line BAE or L3 you might need to set a $20,000 budget, or even larger than that. With that budget I wanted to make sure that I was getting the best. I had field tested in six months 11 high-end scopes from five manufacturers. I even travel out of state twice just to try some gear. I picked Armasight Zeus Pro 640 100mm based on the following in the order of importance: 1. Overall image quality. 2. Accuracy, repeatability, zero-hold. 3. Overall Ruggedness of construction. 4. Maximum engagement distance. 5. Manual NUC 5. Manually focus on front lens. 6. Long, comfortable eye relief. 7. Laser Range Finder option. 8. Warranty 9. Reticle choices. 10. Color pallets. 11. Other features While some of the above does not require explanation I would like to explain a few things. First is a manually adjustable front germanium lens is a must. There are some of the scopes out there with so called electronic focus or e-focus or digital focus. To me it's a gimmick that never works right. Well, I'll take that back. It will work in some particular setting on the given target, but in the real life it's not a good way to go simply because the whole thing works only if you have one target in your FOV and that target better have significantly different thermal signature than a background. With e-focus as soon as you have two targets or if surroundings are similar temperature as the target (think really hot day or cold rainy day) the scope gets confused. It is really apparent why some scopes don't have a manual focus lens. I talked with few companies and all told me that making big lenses from germanium so that mechanics and optics precise and hold recoil is very expensive, this is why scopes with no-manual front focus are cheaper. Second, eyepiece optics must have long eye relief. I have seen some scopes using PVS-14 (a monocular designed to be head mounted). That's just a recipe for fiddling and scope bites. Third, if you are getting your NV scope for long range bolt gun your Terrapin will be useless at night, so think of LRF option. Next, ANY TI scope will get barometer sensor saturation and you will need to NUK it. Armasight makes best NUC - it's mechanical. It will go off every 5 minutes or so and will give you warning or you can simply manually NUK the scope by pushing two buttons (up & down) at the same time. Even more, you can do the same with buttons on wireless remote control, so you get pristine target picture anytime you want, barely moving the fingers. NUK or calibration on other scopes is a pain. You usually need to close the cap to do it and then wait for five seconds for NUC to go off and then remove the cap. And all "electronic NUC" or e-calibrations or silent NUC are basically worthless. Although in the beginning you might think color pallets are useless because you always end up using white/hot or black/hot you might be wrong. After few practices you will find out that depending on target (steel,paper or organic) and surroundings (ambient temperature, brush, wet sand, wet grass, snow) color pallets might be really cool thing to use for some scenarios. I shot about 800 rounds of .308, almost 300 rounds of .300WM and about 80 rounds of .336 Lapua with it. Longest shots on warm steel, so far right around 800-830 meters. This scope should be capable going 1,200-1,300 meters and further in good hands. I just did not have a space to stretch my legs that far. So far had no problems. Mount gets sticky sometimes when it goes from platform to platform. It's ok mount but there are many better mounts out there. One thing I am still not sure if I should of gotten a 50mm lens instead of 100mm. You can really tell the difference in picture quality (magnification/FOV is obviously twice larger/smaller) after really long distances. It's not even a cost difference, but 100mm is way heavier than 50mm. On the negative side are obvious things that come with long range thermal its big and heavy. Also I noticed that mount gets sticky when I move scope from gun to gun. I spent less than half of my original budget on this scope, but still I could buy 3 S&Bs for that kind of money. Armasight keeps coming up with newer software versions all the time. I wish there was a way to upgrade the scope soft without sending it back to the factory in California. Couple last points. You can get better picture with ether larger lens or with core that has smaller pixels on the sensor (like 12 micron is better than 17), but doing with the larger lens is better way of doing it. Last, a lot of people think that 60Hz Is always better than 30Hz simply because it cost more. 60Hz was design to do one thing better, see/shoot fast moving target. Not just fast moving car, but rather fast moving car observed from flying copter. If everything else is the same 60Hz will give worst picture than 30 Hz, because 60Hz you just don't get enough heat on the sensor before sending info to camera brains. Too slow is not good. 9 Hz is useless. 30Hz is a sweet spot. Overall Armasight Zeus Pro is an outstanding piece of gear. Buy with confidence. Save up and get the best.
Date published: 2016-01-12
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