I did say that the X Sight is better than the Drone pro during the day, so no argument there.Bruce, could you explain by what you mean by a magnitude better, the 4K pro using a srx allows me to shoot foxes and rabbits out to distances I am confident in (200yards) and if I wanted to way beyond that and works day or night, so what would be the advantage in a drone pro?
The Drone Pro excels for long range foxing.
Its advantage over other NV scopes is its optical magnification and high light sensitivity combined with the ability to handle excessive amounts of IR without "whiting out"
The Drone Pro uses a 108mm focal length objective lens with an aperture of f 1.54.
No other NV scope uses a lens that comes close to that and therefore won't have the same level of optical magnification.
Any other NV scope that is set for x10 magnification is using digital magnification which reduces resolution and image sharpness
The Drone Pro also uses a sensor with large pixels that are much more light sensitive than on any other scope except the Pulsar Digex.
However, the big advantage the Drone pro has over the Digex is the ability of the Drone Pro to hand a wide variation in light levels.
The Digex, while ultimately more sensitive than the Drone Pro only produces a decent image over a very narrow range of light levels and whites out extremely easily.