Finally, a Digital Riflescope for the Everyday Hunter

ATN’s X-Sight LTV offers everything you want in a digital riflescope and nothing you don’t.

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Finally, a Digital Riflescope for the Everyday Hunter

If you could design the ideal digital riflescope that did everything you want or need, what features would make your must-have list?

Well, you’d want your scope to be durable, accurate and reliable, of course. It would have to have excellent resolution, so your sight pictures would be crisp and clear without distortion or pixelation. You’d want it to be a reasonable size and to feel comfortable, and it can’t be too complicated to mount on your firearm or difficult to sight in. Battery life is a major consideration, so our ideal scope has to be able to last all day or all night in the field without a recharge. Night vision would be a huge plus, of course, and with the popularity of self-filming these days, you’d want your ideal digital scope to be able to record video, too. And if we’re making a wish list, it might as well be HD video, day or night, right? Finally, while we’re dreaming, we want it all at a price we can afford.

If that sounds like your ideal scope, you’re in luck. ATN has designed its X-Sight LTV line with all of those qualities, and you can get one for just $599 depending on the options you select.

Durability? The X-Sight LTV has you covered. It’s made of hardened aluminum alloy with impact-resistant electronics, specially designed to withstand the recoil pressures of high-caliber firearms. It’s accurate and reliable. Ergonomic? Of course — the X-Sight LTV is the lightest day/night scope ATN offers, providing more versatility to mount to a crossbow, air rifle, or any other platform where weight is a critical factor. The whole scope weighs just 1.6 pounds. Streamlined ergonomics make your shooting experience easy and familiar — there are only a few buttons to familiarize yourself with, and they’re intuitive and easy to understand.

Of course, it’s simple to use, mounting to any platform that can accommodate 30mm rings. There are multiple reticle options and comfortable eye relief, and shooters will appreciate ATN’s one-shot zero: Just take your shot at the range, adjust your reticle, and you’re ready to hunt.

Night vision is one of ATN’s specialties, and the company has built its night-vision expertise into the X-Sight LTV, with a new QHD+ sensor delivering enhanced HD night-vision mode in black and white — and the excellent nighttime performance ATN users rely on. As for resolution, the QHD+ M584 sensor has a resolution of 2688x1944 to give you crisp, vivid images day and night. Two lens options are available to suit your preference: 3-9X and 5-15X.

You’ll have no worries about battery life, as the X-Sight LTV is powered by the new ATN Obsidian LT Core that’s optimized for low power consumption, letting you hunt all day or all night with 10-plus hours of battery life.

Of course, your dream digital riflescope needs to record HD video, and the X-Sight has you covered there as well. This simple yet powerful scope records hours of video to a removable micro SD card, letting you capture your own hunts right through your scope, day or night, in 720p.

ATN calls the X-Sight LTV “the digital scope for the masses,” and the features and price point reflect that. It’s a simple, no-frills experience that offers you everything you’d want in a digital riflescope without upcharging for extra features you don’t need. A variety of accessories are available, including illuminators, a quick-detach mount that lets you move the scope from platform to platform without losing zero, and a battery pack that gives you an additional 20+ hours of run time.

Don’t miss another opportunity to capture that once-in-a-lifetime moment — day or night. Record your hunting adventures in HD with the ATN X-Sight LTV, to bring your adventures back home to share.



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