ATN X-Sight LTV Smart Day/Night Digital Hunting Rifle Scope
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ATN X-Sight LTV Smart Day/Night Digital Hunting Rifle Scope. HD Optics with the ATN Cutting-Edge QHD+ Day/Night Sensor which gives you crisp, vivid images both Day and Night.
NIGHT VISION MODE
The X-Sight LTV offers an Enhanced HD Night Vision Mode. Don't let the darkness slow you down.
VIDEO RECORD — 720P
Don’t miss another opportunity to capture that once in a lifetime moment. Record your Hunting Adventures in HD to bring your adventures back home to share with friends, family and on social media.
ULTRA LOW POWER CONSUMPTION
The X-Sight LTV scopes are powered by the new revolutionary ATN Obsidian LT Core that is optimized for low power consumption, in a small and ergonomic form factor.
Designed to withstand the pressures of High Caliber weapons. The X-Sight LTV is built out of Hardened Aluminium Alloy with Impact Resistant Electronics.
ONE SHOT ZERO
Sighting in your scope has never been easier with One Shot Zero. Take a shot adjust your reticle and you are good to go.
Advanced Technology designed to make your Shooting Experience easy and familiar.
The X-Sight LTV is the lightest Day/Night Scope from ATN, providing more versatility to mount to Crossbow, Air Rifle, or other platforms where weight is critical factor.
|Sensor||ATN QHD+ M584 Sensor||ATN QHD+ M584 Sensor|
|Field of view||140m, 9 degrees||73m, 5 degrees|
|Micro display||1280x720 HD Display||1280x720 HD Display|
|IP rating||Weather resistant||Weather resistant|
|Charging||USB, type C||USB, type C|
|Reticles||Multiple Patterns||Multiple Patterns|
|Mount||30mm standard rings (included)||30mm standard rings (included)|
|Battery life (Li-ion)||10+ hours||10+ hours|
|Dimensions||12.2"x2.2"x2.2" / 310x55x55 mm||13"x2.2"x2.2" / 330x55x55 mm|
|Weight||1.6 lb / 745 g||1.7 lb / 780 g|
|Warranty||2 years||2 years|
Review by Andrew Fox
There is a flaw with the ATN LTV sight. When you select the one shot Zeroing the magnification reverts back to 5 power no matter what you have the sights magnification set on prior. This maybe OK for larger calibre rounds but for an air rifle pellet of .22 or .177 trying to zero at 38m is impossible because you can not see where the pellet hit the target. The one shot zero on the LTV is limited to how far in distance you can see the round in the target at 5 power magnification