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Super Hogster R or Pulsar Thermion XQ38? #8133158 01/18/21 03:12 AM
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Anyone have a preference which is better value? They are about the same price point. I have watched videos, read about them, etc, The appeal of the Hogster is the ability to use it as a handheld monocular and a scope. What I don't like is the lack of audio recording and I am not sure their app works with Iphones? Let me know your thoughts on either scope for hog / coyote hunting. Most shots 200 yards in but I like to see further out which I believe both are more than capable of.


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Re: Super Hogster R or Pulsar Thermion XQ38? [Re: HLo] #8133212 01/18/21 04:33 AM
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I owned a xq50 Thermion and a Super Hogster and I vote that the image of the Super Hogster is better 125 yards and in and equal out to 200.

This is through the eyepiece - not recorded video ...

Super Hogster has no comparability with Apple products

Pulsars onboard recording is a very nice difference

All in all if I had to choose just one - Super Hogster (not standard Hogster 35mm)


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Re: Super Hogster R or Pulsar Thermion XQ38? [Re: HLo] #8133299 01/18/21 01:12 PM
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I'm liking my Super Hogster so far.

Lots of scope for the $$.

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