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Sightmark Photon Hybrid 6.5x50S Digital Night Vision Day & Night Riflescope with Six Reticle and Video Output
Sightmark Photon XT 6.5x50L Digital Night Vision Riflescope

Sightmark Photon Hybrid 6.5x50S Digital Night Vision Day & Night Riflescope with Six Reticle and Video Output

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Product Highlights

  • 656 x 492 Day/Night CMOS Sensor
  • Bright-Light-Resistant
  • Mil-Dot/German/Duplex/Crossbow Reticles
  • 30mm Maintube/Wide Rubber Eyecup
  • 640 x 480 LCD Display/Tunable Brightness
  • 6.5x Magnification/Objective Focus Ring
  • 50mm, f/1.2 Lens System/Long Eye Relief
  • Built-In 810nm LED IR Illuminator: 100mW
  • Glass-Nylon/Metal Housing/Accessory Rail
  • Weather & Impact-Resistant

Sightmark Photon XT 6.5x50S Digital Night Vision Riflescope (SM18009) is an innovative day and night vision scope for varmint hunters and hog hunters or anyone wanting to own the night.  One scope solution for your day and night shooting needs.
The extremely versatile Sightmark® Photon XT 6.5x50S was engineered for precision placement at medium range and delivers a higher magnification, 33% longer battery life and 30% lighter weight than other digital night vision riflescopes on the market. Featuring six red/green/white digital reticle options for a vast range of applications, the scope includes: two crossbow reticles designed for 320, 350, 370 and 400 fps crossbows; two Duplex reticles for hog and varmint hunting; a Mil-Dot reticle for rangefinding and holdovers; and a German-style reticle.
The Photon XT 6.5x50S is a hybrid night vision riflescope that offers users a bright, crisp picture during the day and low light conditions. Its durable 30mm tube permits users to attach most after-market rings/mounting solutions, allowing the riflescope to be attached to any weapons system. Its 6.5x magnification, large 50mm objective lens and higher than average 640x480 resolution offers crisp detailing at up to 150 meters. Shooters have the ability to capture everything seen, day or night, through the video output feature, and attach additional accessories to the scope’s integrated weaver rail. The device also utilizes a digital windage and elevation adjustment system for guaranteed precision and an overall streamlined design.


Type of Sensor CMOS
Magnification 6.5x
Objective Lens Diameter 50mm
Field of view (degrees) 18 feet at 100 yds
Eye Relief 60mm; 2.36 inches
Minimum Focus Distance 10m
Eyepiece Diopter adjustment -3 /+3
Max Detection Range 150 meters
Resolution, lines/mm 38
Camera Resolution / LCD Display Resolution 656x492 pixels / 640x480 pixels
IR Wavelength 810nm
Tube diameter 30mm
Number of pre-loaded Reticles 6
Battery Type 2xAA
Operationa time (IR on / off) 4 / 5
Waterproof rating IPX4
Video output RCA
Dimentions 16.9x2.9x3.1 inches
Weight 25.4oz
Operating Temperature +5 to +122 F

Day and/or Night use
Resistant to bright light exposure
Built-in 810 nM LED IR illuminator
Digital Reticle with Option of 6 Reticle Styles
High Resolution Display
Long eye relief
Front focus objective lens
Video output enables Video Recording
Shockproof and Weatherproof
Additional Weaver Rail for accessories
High magnification for extended viewing range
Intuitive easy-to-use interface

In the Box
Sightmark 6.5x50S Photon XT Digital Night Vision Riflescope (Digital Multi-Reticle, Matte Black)
  • Carrying Case
  • RCA Video Cable
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty On Night Vision Sensor & IR LED
  • SM18007 and SM18009 reticle specification sheet

    Customer Review
    The initial 6.5x50S unit shipped to me would switch off after every shot taken on my FAL 7.62x51R, not good. Contacted SightMark Customer Service and without any fuss, I had a replacement unit in my hands within 72 hrs !! SightMark Customer Service is AWESOME. This replacement unit works fine. It is an excellent product. There is an error in the manual: to switch the unit "on" one does that by switching the IR unit "on" and not by turning the control wheel, the other error is a typo in the MoA description where 1 click does not equal "25 meters every 100 meters", it should read 2.5 centimeters every 100 meters (ie: 1 inch every 100 yards). The unit takes a little getting used to being digital and not optical, but the set up procedure is fairly well defined in the manual. The picture is quite clear and I would say closer to a Gen II than a Gen I+. A large factor in picture clarity is how you use the lens cap. Yes, the lens cap. The unit needs the pin hole for sunny day time use and the picture is a little grainy in this mode but none-the-less definable. However, for ambient low light (dusk or dawn), there is a little unknown pop-out in the middle of the lens cap that is designed to be popped out working from the outside of the lens cap pushing towards the lens. This improves clarity tremendously in low light to a near Gen II status. And then of course, for night time one just flips open the entire lens cover and the picture is excellent, way out to at least 100yds - 125yds. The IR is good up to 50 yds+ maybe 60 yds. However, when look head on or at 5 degrees off to the side the IR emits a dull red glow. It is therefore not invisible from those angles. I shall be moving to a 940 nm unit. Sighting in is one touch perfection. Yes, it's a good unit .

    Decent scope

    by Frank,  May 22, 2017
    I really wanted to like this scope. Digital night vision devices are usually cheaper and I like the contrast of the digital images. I used this scope with an Evolva T 20 IR light which has a lot of good reviews,so I really don't think that was the problem. I was very disappointed with the range of the scope. I would estimate it to be about 75 yards. The picture was also very grainy.I think it would be very difficult to make out something as small as a coyote. You can forget about scanning and trying to find something, especially if there is any undergrowth around.I sent it back and Optics Planet, as usually was very helpful. However, there is some good news.I think if you are stationary and hunting a clean field or hunting a feeder within a limited range, this would do just fine. Within fifty yards, I thought this was an amazing scope for the money.

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