1.Pulsar Core RXQ30v
2. Flir PTS 233(if you want on board recording).
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The Pulsar Core used to have a green tinted display screen but now it's black and white like all other thermals. It's 1.6x base magnification, has a really cool picture in picture function and has no video recording options. It's got a positive ID range of about 175-200+ yards. It comes with a standard non-QD mount in the box but a small QD mount can be purchased for an additional $100. Price is $1,899
The PTS 233 is a very similar size and weight and it is a 1.5x base mag and it does have internal video recording but no audio recording. The 233 also has multiple color palettes and a the option to change the color of the crosshairs. About the same positive ID range but I'd say it could be 10-20 yards shorter than what the new black and white screen on the RXQ will do. The scope comes with a pre-attached American Defense Mfg. QD return to zero mount. Price is $2,199
Both scopes are fixed focus, meaning the objective lens cannot be focused. They are lightweight, small and dependable. In my opinion, you buy the RXQ if you don't care about recording video. You buy the PTS233 if recording is important to you. Otherwise the scopes are extremely similar.
Let me know if you have more questions, hope that helps.