Designed for 24/7 use as both a day scope and night vision riflescope, you’ll find a wide range of new and improved features, including a more powerful 1928×1088 FHD CMOS sensor, SumLight functionality, an intelligent dual battery system, and video and still image recording capabilities.
This non-Wi-Fi version retains almost all of the intuitive features and technological capabilities of the original Digex C50, only removing the Wi-Fi module within the scope and with it the connectivity features that would enable pairing of the scope with the Stream Vision 2 app, allowing the user to focus solely on the hunt.
HD CMOS Sensor
The Digex C50 can be used day or night, with different lens and sensor operating modes providing the best possible result at any time of day. The retention of the classic riflescope design means this digital night vision scope won’t look out of place as a day scope. The powerful 1928×1088 FHD CMOS is capable of detecting a standard 1.8m tall human or deer shaped object at up to 500m.
Colour Twilight Mode
The Digex C50 displays a bright image with accurate colour rendering, even in deep twilight when the naked eye is already struggling to recognise details of an observed object.
Realistic Daytime Colour Rendering
Combines the full-colour imaging usually found on a classic day scope with ultimate digital functionality, providing a daytime image with realistic colour rendering.
High Powered Optics
Features a focusable 50mm f1.4 objective lens, offering a base magnification that will increase fourfold from 3.5x to 14.0x, with a digital zoom that can change either gradually in x2 steps or continuously to set the ideal ratio of magnification and visible field of view for specific conditions.
To offer a more comfortable observation experience, this digital night vision riflescope also features a 29.5° wide-angle eyepiece to ensure a more comfortable image perception with the absence of any keyhole effect, an eye relief of 50mm, -3/+5 dioptre adjustment, and a minimum focus of 5m.
HD AMOLED Display
The Digex C50 features a stunning full colour, power-saving 1024×768 HD AMOLED display with enhanced colour rendering, which ensures a fluid and flawless high-resolution image and a crisp, richly contrasted, and vividly detailed field of view for clear and smooth images in cold conditions.
Picture-in-Picture (PiP) Mode
The Digex C50’s PiP mode will enable the user to display a high-precision aiming frame in the top 10% of AMOLED display. This frame contains a larger image of the target, as well as a reticle, to provide the user with greater image detail of the aiming area and allowing for better visual control over the entire field of view.
SumLight technology works to increase sensor sensitivity, enabling a passive observation (without an IR illuminator) in low light conditions and total darkness. SumLight technology will automatically activate algorithms to increase the Digex 50’s sensitivity while maintaining image quality.
Up to 10 Hours Battery Life
Powered by a rechargeable dual battery system — one built-in 4.9 Ah battery and one replaceable 2 Ah battery), a single charge will offer up to 10 hours of battery life (depending on temperature), covering the time of active use during a hunt.
The replaceable battery incorporates an embossed design, allowing for quick and confident determination of its position when replacing a flat battery in complete darkness.
Display Off Mode & Instant Start-Up
“Display Off” mode deactivates image transmission to the Digex C50’s display by reducing the screen brightness to an absolute minimum, entering standby mode rather than powering down the unit entirely and allowing the device to power back up in just three seconds.
Auto Power Off Function
To further preserve the battery life of the Digex C50, Auto Power Off mode, once activated, will automatically power down the riflescope when it detects it is being held in a non-operating position. Holding the riflescope up or down at an angle of 70°, or tilting to the left or right at 30° for 60 seconds will trigger the Auto Power Off functions and controls and buttons will be disabled.
Magnesium Alloy Bodyshell
The magnesium alloy bodyshell will withstand hard knocks and adverse conditions, whilst also acting as a heat-sink to dissipate any warmth generated by the scope’s internal electronics.
Operating Temperatures from -25 to +50°C
Designed to operate effectively in a wide range of temperatures (from -25 to +50°C). The frost-resistant AMOLED display features a quick response rate, providing a crisp image when viewing fast moving objects, no matter the temperature.
The IPX7 rating means it is completely waterproof, working as normal in heavy rain, snow, fog, and in environments with high levels of humidity. It can even survive a dip in 1m of water for up to thirty minutes.
High Calibre Recoil Rated
High calibre recoil rated and shock resistant, meaning it can be used with 375H&H, 12 gauge, and 9.3×64, as well as smooth-bore and pneumatic weapons without issue.
5 Shooting Profiles
Offers a choice of ten different reticles varying in colour, configuration, and function – direct shot and ballistic, scalable (FFP), and non-scalable (SFP). Zeroing result can be stored in five shooting profiles, in which up to 10 zeroing distances can be held for a total of 50 zeroing distances.
The classic design of the Digex C50 allows for use as a day scope as well as a night vision scope, retaining the aesthetics of a traditional riflescope in a 30mm housing and providing more flexibility when it comes to mounting on hunting weapons using proven ring solutions.
Built-In Still Image & Video Recorder
The Digex C50’s built-in video and still image recorder allows you to record memorable moments with audio in full colour during the day and night! Capturing once-in-a-lifetime memories is as easy a touch of a button.
These still images or videos can be stored on the 16GB of integrated storage, where they can be downloaded to a laptop or PC via simple connection of a USB-C cord.
Taking Thermal & Night Vision Outside of the UK.
Thermal imaging and night vision products are strictly controlled by ITAR regulations and are subject to UK Government Export Licensing Regulations. Dependent on specification, a licence may need to be obtained prior to the export, even temporarily (e.g. holiday), from the UK.
Additionally, some countries may be embargoed, and no thermal imagers or night vision devices can be taken or exported to them. It is the responsibility of the exporter, whether it be a company or individual, to ensure that such a licence is obtained.
Failure to comply is a criminal offence.