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Sightmark Wraith HD 4-32x50 Digital Riflescope - Hunt with an advanced 1920 x 1080 HD sensor providing full-colour clarity in daytime - Hot Seller
Sightmark Wraith HD 4-32x50 Digital Riflescope

Sightmark Wraith HD 4-32x50 Digital Riflescope - Hunt with an advanced 1920 x 1080 HD sensor providing full-colour clarity in daytime - Hot Seller

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Your Price: CAD799.00
Retail Price:CAD899.90

Your Savings:CAD100.90(11%)

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Part Number:SM18011

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The Wraith HD was released in 2019 and took the market by storm, quickly becoming the best selling night vision scope on the market.

Product Highlights
  • Day/Night mode – full color for day use, black & white or classic green for night vision mode
  • High-definition sensor – high resolution imaging along with video/photo recording in 1080p HD
  • 8x digital zoom – a 4x optical system for up to 32x magnification
  • Customizable tactical & hunting reticles - 10 reticle options & 9 color options for better accuracy
  • 4 AA batteries for up to 4.5 hours of battery life and includes an external Micro USB power input
  • HD photo or video recording (memory card not included).
  • Aluminum Construction, Water-Resistant, Picatinny Mount
See the future in high definition with the new Sightmark Wraith 4-32x50mm Digital Riflescope. Hunt with an advanced 1920x1080 HD sensor, providing full-color clarity in daytime; simply hit the left arrow to switch to night mode – with classic emerald or black and white viewing options. The Wraith comes with a removable 850nm IR illuminator to provide an enhanced nighttime image and accurate target acquisition up to 200 yards. Customize your riflescope with 10 reticle options and 9 color choices to fit your needs. The Wraith features a built-in camera allowing users to record and share videos. 4.5-hours of battery life with 4 common AA batteries and an external MicroUSB port expands options for power. Wraiths also allow video recording and export.

Type of Sensor CMOS sensor
Sensor resolution, pixels 1920x1080
Display Type FLCOS
Display Resolution, pix. 1280x720
Built-in Video Recorder Availability Yes
Maximum memory card supported, Gb 64
Format of video clip AVI
Resolution of video clip 1080/720
Format of photo files JPEG
Resolution of photo files 1080/720
Memory capacity Approximately 7 hours video with 64Gb SD card
Magnification 4 - 32
Diameter, Lens, mm 50
Digital Zoom 1-8x
Lens Focus, mm 80
Relative aperture, D/f' 2.5
Field of View, degree 4
Field of view, m@100m 7
Field of view, ft@100yd 21
Minimum focusing distance, ft/m 12/3.6
Eye Relief 2.4 / 60 in / mm
Diopter Adjustment -6 to +3
Emitter LED
IR Wavelenght, nm 850
Equivalent IR Power, mW 3,000
Battery Type 2x CR123A
Night Vision Detection Range 200 / 183 yd / m
Power Supply 6 v
Battery Type 4 AA
Battery life, hours 3.5 video mode / 4.5 preview mode
External Power Supply 5V via microUSB
Windage & Elevation click value 1/4 MOA
Adjustment range, Mil 12.5 windage, 7.125 elevation
Number of Preloaded Reticles 10
Colors Black, white, red, blue, green, cyan, orange, yellow, magenta
Body Material Aluminum
Accessory rail mount Picatinny
Operating Temperature 5 to 122 / - 15 to + 50 F / C
Waterproof Rating IP55 water resistant
Nitrogen Purged No
Shockproof Yes, 3ft/1m
Maximum Recoil .308
Tube size, in/mm N/A
Length 10.5 / 266 in / mm
Width 1.875 / 63 in / mm
Height 3 / 75 in / mm
Weight, oz 36.3

In the Box
Sightmark Wraith HD 4-32x50 Digital Riflescope
IR flashlight
Objective lens cover
Fixed picatinny mount
User manual

Sightmark wraith vs ATN pro 4K
Alright guys a few of y’all asked for this and it’s not scientific by any means but here is my redneck review of the two optics.

Overall in my opinion both scopes are good and probably can’t go wrong either way but they do definitely have pros and cons. Both the optics have a lot of similarities share many of the same features.

Sightmark wraith 4-32x50


clarity between the two day and night usage the clarity of the wraith is by far superior.

Menu layout seems to be more user friendly IMO

Size the wraith is definitely a much more compact optic length wise.

Feel: the wraith IMO feels a bit more robust and perhaps feels like it’s made better.

Many reticle styles and colors

Full color day mode.

Cons: weight! It’s a heavy optic
The zoom compared to the ATN is not as nice IMO it’s clear but only doubles as where the zoom on the ATN is more like a traditional rifle scope.

No sound recording which isn’t a huge deal but it’s a nice feature.

The IR is not as powerful as the ATN however it’s not bad by any means.

The main thing is battery life flat out sucks compared to the ATN I ended up adding an external pack which cost more and adds weight.

Overall it’s great and seems durable. I was still able to shoot .5” groups with it mounted to my 6.5 grendel during the day.

ATN 3-14x50 pro 4K
Light weight
The way it zooms is more traditional like a normal rifle scope
Battery life is awesome
Very powerful IR.
The video recording is absolutely just like you see through the scope where the wraith doesn’t playback the way you see it on an external player IE iPhone.
With our limited use of the optic we found if it’s bumped around even while walking it will freeze the scope forcing you to do a hard restart.

Feels “cheap” to me.

Size the scope is about twice as long as the wraith but a bit lighter.

The menu system is not as set up as well as the wraith is.

When the optic is zoomed in its definitely not as clear as the wraith. While sighting the rifles in at 105yards I could easily spot my hits using the wraith.

Over all I believe they are both very capable optics and both work well. I don’t believe there is a perfect choice but I guess the deciding factor in purchase would be what would you rather have a few more features or a better sight picture looking through the optic. I’m sure others can add to my short list.

I will say both will kill.

5 Stars
Excellent quality , Im using it with Duracell rechargeable batteries 2500Nimh also IR runs on CR123A 16340 Rechargeable Batteries Im getting many hours 5-7hr depends on how you are going to use it. The scope is very good , a bit heavy but that's normal. If you want to use it for precision shot you have to have Bipod mount on your gun. I tested it day time & I was able to 2 guys about 700-900 metres without tripod just from hands, the image was shaky ( I have to find a way to make metal plate for normal Camera tripod, so i can attach it) When the scope is attached to tripod , image will be excellent. Night time , I have not yet used it with IR but in a city I was able to pick the buildings around me because there are street lights , night image was good also I was able to see about 400-500 metres maybe more , street lights were on. Not tested it yet in pitch dark . I live in the city and there a lot street lights at night. For using IR you need total darkness otherwise you do not need it , you will be able to see around without IR ( if there is a street light or any other source of light) Video clips $ photo are good Im using 128 GB SD card high speed , no problem works perfectly. Buy it now until still available. The new one 4k wont be soon on the market , I spoke to sightmark and they told me because of corona virus wont be available this year , for the next one no one knows.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Hamilton. on 4/24/2020
5 Stars
I have owned an Armasight Nemesis 6X Gen 2+ and an ATN X-Sight 5-20 prior to the Wraith. I was not happy with either one and never actually took either on a hog hunt because I was not comfortable with their performance. I have had absolutely zero issues with the Wraith despite the fact that it cost less than the other units. The image quality is great both day and night. The IR illuminator that comes with it actually works great and there is no need to upgrade. The recorded video is very good even on a big screen TV. It had no glitches in the software that I found. It comes on stays on and doesn't freeze up. The controls are very easy to understand and use even in the field. There are only two minor things I would like to see changed. One is while not a big deal it would be nice to have audio to go along with the video. The other is even with high-end rechargeable batteries the run time is a little low. I added an external power source that took care of that problem. I recently took mine on a hog hunt and not only did it work flawlessly I have great video footage of two hog kills and some other wildlife video. I've only had the Wraith a couple of months but so far I am completely satisfied. It is reliable, stays zeroed and provides a good image day or night.
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Reviewed by:  from TX, United States. on 2/21/2020
5 Stars
The product is very well built strong and sturdy. Works as advertised. Battery consumption is or could be an issue other similar products have better battery management. The IR light works as advertised personally I would like a more powerful light somewhere in the 500 to 700 yard range. The light provides does a decent job in the 100-300 yard range. I would prefer a case for the scope from the factory in stead of a box. These are my comments it is a great product and works well. Thank you David Armstrong
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Reviewed by:  from Varna, ON. on 2/19/2020

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