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Sytong Viper RM06 HD 12µm Thermal Imaging Rifle Scopes with a Rangefinder - A Scope to Rival the Pulsar Trail Line
Sytong Viper RM06 Thermal Imaging Rifle Scopes with a Rangefinder - The best alternative to Pulsar Trail Series

Sytong Viper RM06 HD 12µm Thermal Imaging Rifle Scopes with a Rangefinder - A Scope to Rival the Pulsar Trail Line

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Viper RM06-35LRF 640x480 super sensitive, 35mm, Detection range 2500-3000m [+CAD5,599.00]
Viper RM06-50LRF, 640x480 super sensitive, 50mm, Detection range 3000m [+CAD5,999.00]
Optional Accessories
Li-Ion Battery Pack / 6000mAh / DC 3.7V [+CAD259.00]
Product Highlights
  • Military Grade high end sensor.
  • 640x480 resolution option
  • 12µm pixels- The 12-micron pixel pitch is the new industry standard in thermal image sensors for market applications where reducing the overall size and cost of the camera are important.
    Key markets include the outdoor leisure/observation, thermography and surveillance sectors.
  • NETD: <30mK
  • Objective lens with 35mm or 50mm options
  • Digital Zoom: x1 / x2 / x4 / x8
  • Colour Palettes: Black Hot, White Hot, Red Hot, Fusion,Target Highlight
  • Display type: 0.39 inch /SONY AMOLED / 1024X768
  • Detection range : 2500-3000 meters
  • Battery: Li-Ion Battery Pack , working time over 4-6 hours
  • Recoil Power: 6000J
  • With rangefinder, sound record, video record, WIFI

Sytong Viper thermal scope is a new generation of thermal imaging sights from Sytong with built-in precise laser rangefinder, SONY AMOLED screen, video recorder, long-life quick-change battery. Image capture is based on a quality thermal imaging sensors <30mK NETD, 12 µm pixel pitch, 50 fps. The 12-micron pixel pitch is the new industry standard in thermal image sensors, capabilities of thermal detector are pushed even further by proprietary software features of Sytong like Image Detail Boost technology and Observation modes. Integrated laser rangefinder provides quick on-the-go range data for precision shooting. Video recorder with 16 Gb of internal memory, Wi-Fi module and a number of other important features turn the unit into a versatile hunting tool for even the most demanding professionals. Sharp, richly contrasted thermal imaging for enhanced identification of animals, their extremities and even the smallest details, i.e. branches, leaves, grass and terrain. The sub 30 NETD performance of the sensor ensures detection of small temperature changes and excellent performance in harsh conditions.

The Key markets include the outdoor leisure/observation, thermography and surveillance sectors.

Sytong Viper thermal scope is able to produce a highly detailed image even in the most unfavourable and cold conditions.

Specifications RM03-35LRF RM03-50LRF RM06-35LRF RM06-50LRF
Sensor (military grade)
Type un-cooled thermal imager un-cooled thermal imager un-cooled thermal imager un-cooled thermal imager
Resolution, pixels 384x288 super sensitive 384x288 super sensitive 640x480 super sensitive 640x480 super sensitive
Frame rate 50 Hz 50 Hz 50 Hz 50 Hz
Taille pixels 12µm 12µm 12µm 12µm
NETD <30mK <30mK <30mK <30mK
Optical characteristics
Objective lens F35 mm, F/1.0 F50 mm, F/1.0 F35 mm, F/1.0 F50 mm, F/1.0
Magnification 2.8 4 1.7 2.5
Continuous digital zoom x1 / x2 / x4 / x8 x1 / x2 / x4 / x8 x1 / x2 / x4 / x8 x1 / x2 / x4 / x8
Eye relief 50 mm 50 mm 50 mm 50 mm
Filed of view (H), degree @ 100m 7.5°*5.6° 5.2°*3.9° 12.5°*9.4° 8.8°*6.6°
Dioptre adjustment +5/-5 D +5/-5 D +5/-5 D +5/-5 D
Detection distance 2500-3000m 2500m 2500-3000m 3000m
Close-up range 5m 5m 5m 5m
Colour Palettes Black Hot, White Hot, Red Hot, Fusion,Target Highlight Black Hot, White Hot, Red Hot, Fusion,Target Highlight Black Hot, White Hot, Red Hot, Fusion,Target Highlight Black Hot, White Hot, Red Hot, Fusion,Target Highlight
Type / Resolution 0.39 inch /SONY AMOLED / 1024X768 0.39 inch /SONY AMOLED / 1024X768 0.39 inch / SONY AMOLED / 1024X768 0.39 inch / SONY AMOLED / 1024X768
Operational characteristics
3D Gyroscope yes yes yes yes
Hot trace yes yes yes yes
Power supply 3-4.2 V 3-4.2 V 3-4.2 V 3-4.2 V
Battery Li-Ion Battery Pack / 6000mAh / DC 3.7V Li-Ion Battery Pack / 6000mAh / DC 3.7V Li-Ion Battery Pack / 6000mAh / DC 3.7V Li-Ion Battery Pack / 6000mAh / DC 3.7V
External power supply 5V (USB) 5V (USB) 5V (USB) 5V (USB)
Operating time (at t=22?) 8 hours 8 hours 4-6 hours 4-6 hours
Max. recoil power, Joules 6000 10000 6000 6000
Waterproof rating IP67 IP67 IP67 IP67
Operating temperature -20...+50 -20...+50 -20...+50-20...+50
Dimensions 280X90X70 mm 280X90X70 mm 280X90X70 mm 285X90X75 mm
Weight (without battery/mount) 1000g 1030g 1000g 1030g
Video recorder
Video / photo resolution 1024x768 1024x768 1024x768 1024x768
Video / photo format .mp4 / .jpg .mp4 / .jpg .mp4 / .jpg .mp4 / .jpg
Memory type TF card, 128G TF card, 128G TF card, 128G TF card, 128G
WiFi channel
Frequency 2.4GHz 2.4GHz 2.4GHz 2.4GHz
Standard 802.11 b/g 802.11 b/g 802.11 b/g 802.11 b/g
Line-of-sight reception range 15m 15m 15m 15m
Wavelength 905nm 905nm 905nm 905nm
Max. measuring range 1000m 1000m 1000m 1000m
Measuring accuracy +/- 1m +/- 1m +/- 1m +/- 1m


  • Military Grade high end sensor;
  • Resolution: 384*288, 640*480, 1024*768
  • Standard Pixel Size, 12um
  • NTED, mk: =30mk
  • Standard LRF for full series; Detection Range: =1000m
  • Standard Objective Lens: F1.0, 35mm/50mm optional
  • Digital Zoom : 1X 2X 4X 8X
  • Base Magnification: 35mm: 3X; 50mm: 4X
  • Rotate ring on top of the scope bring superior target-aiming experience instead of old focusing ring below the scope.
  • Standard Display Resolution: 0.39 inch,OLED; 1024*768 pixels SONY screen.
  • Luxury Version: 0.6 inch, OLED; 1920*1480 pixels high-end screen
  • Palettes: Black Hot Mode,White Hot Mode,Sky Mode,Iron Red / False Color Mode,Thermal Mode
  • PIP Mode with Reticle magnifying to see every tiny detail of the target.
  • Full series standard 3D Gyro, thermal tracing, recording, camera functions; WIFI and data download.
  • APP available for device upgrading;
  • Optional accessories purchasing
  • TF card slot up to 128GB
  • High-end Panasonic Li battery pack ensure 8-10 hours working time.
  • Working Temperature: -20 to +50
  • IP Rating: IP67, can be submerged in water for 30 minutes at a depth of 1-meter and can be used in dirty places
  • Recoil up to 6,000J, (e.g. .308 150 gr. @ 2800 fps is around 3500 joules)

In The Box
  • Thermal imaging scope with range finder
  • Battery Pack
  • Battery charger
  • Type-C USB cable
  • Weaver mount with hex wrench & screws
  • 5V2A USB power adapter
  • Carrying case
  • 3 Years Warranty

Customer Reviews - Viper RM06-50LRF

First time buyer of thermal and took a real chance on buying what is a largely unknown or reviewed scope. It has impressive specs though, the NETD is <30mK , 50hz and 12um putting it ahead of most, if not all of it competitors. A big price, but a bargain for the specs.

 Received it within three days of ordering. Mounted it first on a .222 on weaver bases, then promptly moved to a dovetail .22lr rifle. Figured to learn, ammo was way cheaper. Surprisingly light, but still feels well built and solid! The base accommodated clamping to the weaver and the dovetail nicely and seems very solid, little high but functional.

 Initial impression was wow, what clarity and range, truly amazing(but only my second thermal experience).

 Then the trouble started. There was no owners manual packaged with it. Contacted Brandon and they sent me an electronic version(very poorly written). Had trouble working the zeroing function, fyi you need to press the video button to access the reticle movements once in zeroing mode. Solved that. Got it to zero, but it would not hold zero. Would go back to the default position after turning off. Contacted Brandon Optic, they got me in touch with manufacturer. They promptly sent me an updated software flash(1-01-31). Was what the scope needed, added three more picture adjustment features and zero held after shut down.

 Now down to actually using the scope.


 Lense cover seems solid, its spring loaded and you can rotate to any position. Buttons are tactile and with a little practice become intuitive. Battery locks in easy and removes easy, but struggles to get 3 hours out of a charge. Charge ports on scope are easy to access, but my micro usb seems distorted and cant connect, factory offered a spare battery to compensate for this.Never did get the internal memory to work, but once a card was added, off to the races. Screw cover to access memory and ports work well, just don't lose it.

 Laser rangefinder is a huge cost bonus, has a built in laser site on top(has a mount on top for a third sight for hog hunting close range if needed).Seems to work well up to 500yards, after that it had trouble reading consistently. It is an integral unit, adds bulk to unit, and in some instances would be nice to remove, but not a deal breaker. Reads range in lense and does record range on video.


 Screen is very clear resolution amazing, truly one has to see to believe. The 1x(which is 4x base magnification) starts to justify the price, 2x you feel better and 4x you forgot what you paid. I compared too videos of other more expensive scopes to what I could define in this one , and had a tough time finding a better resolution on scopes that cost three times as much.

 Easy coyote identification at 300 yards. At 420, not sure if I had a coyote or fox , but that will come with practice. Easily spot deer out at 1200, cows at 2000 . Crisp lines around stationary objects, mice were easy to spot at 70 yards! Focus worked very well, smooth and a very large degree range. Found using a tree at range the best way to define the focus, as you could sharpen up the branches. I wear glasses, so eye relief was a little too long to see the entire screen, found myself leaning into the rubber eyepiece to see my battery level. Without, you would be fine.

 Color palettes each have their own purpose. I found for zeroing, the white outline on a piece of muffler tape worked best. False color and white hot scan best, black hot defined animal the best. Red hot never really came into play.

 Eight reticle choices were good, to each their own. Loved you could program 8 zeros for different ranges and guns, wished you could name the profile instead of numbering but just used the yards to denote that. Color on crosshairs had options of black grey or white, depending on your choice, nice option.

 Video recording worked very well, takes time to learn the buttons but you get used to it. I never tried the wifi broadcast feature , but useful if you want to have someone else watch on a phone etc. You could click a still photo with one click or press and hold to record video. Microphone is too close to the buttons and clicks loudly when recording. Sound quality leaves something to be desired,not very sensitive and muffled, but it is a scope not a video camera. 

 Picture in Picture works well, but I like the single screen to keep the field of view open just in case.

 Zeroing was a steep learning curve. You enter zero mode, take a shot on target, hold on target and photograph your zero of the target, press the record button to enter the mode to move crosshairs. Select your axis and move the crosshairs to actual point of impact, input yards for reference, This theoretically takes one shot. I used a three shot group, adjusted then three shots again. Usually took 9 shots to get zeroed(had lots of practice until I got the reflash). Only problem was in zero mode you cannot zoom, so a little tricky getting the crosshairs over the actual grouping. Got easier with practice.

 The owners manual, the software flash problem and usb port are all avoidable problems but really frustrating to a first timer. Happy with the service I have received so far though. I am really impressed with the scopes resolution and range and would recommend to anyone looking for good value for the dollars.I have attached some pics to review for yourself...

Steven Jones

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