The Lahoux Sight 35 is a riflescope with thermal imaging function, which combines the attributes of an excellent riflescope with those of an outstanding thermal imaging device. This allows hunting at night as well as during the day with only one device.
The use of a 12µm pixel pitch detector ensures maximum sharpness and contrast with a long detection range. The image refresh rate of 50 Hz enables a smooth and vibration free image. Characteristical features of the Lahoux Sight 35 include its detector resolution of 384 x 288 pixels, as well as the 35 mm lens. This provides a large field of view of 7.5° × 5.6°, which enables the Lahoux Sight 35 to observe larger areas in stalking situations, but also to have sufficient power reserve for further shots. This is not at least thanks to its 3 to 12× (1 to 4× digital) magnification.
With its 5 colour modes, the Lahoux Sight 35 is suitable for any hunting situation. The user can choose between these 5 colour modes
Thanks to its centre tube diameter of 30 mm, the Lahoux Sight 35 is suitable for all common mounting types and, at 950 grams, weighs only slightly more than other top-of-the-range rifle scopes without thermal imaging function.
The Lahoux Sight 35 is certified to IP67 and is optimally protected against dust and heavy rain in accordance with strict specifications.
The Lahoux Sight 35 enables the use of high-performance thermal imaging technology in combination with proven rifle scope technology without significantly changing the familiar rifle scope design.
384 × 288 pixel
Field of view
7.5° × 5.6°
-4 – +4 D
1280 × 960 pixel
2 internal 18650 batteries and 1 replaceable 18500 battery
Max. operating time (at 22 °C)
External power supply
5V (Type USB-C)
Diameter of the rifle scope body
Max. recoil power
Operating temperature range
Weight (without replaceable battery)
Calculated according to the Johnson Criteria for a man sized target with a critical dimension of 1,8 x 0,5 meter. Detection, Recognition and Identification are defined for an image of respectively 1.5, 6 and 12 pixels on the image sensor.
The possession of a thermal imaging scope (thermal imaging device with integrated reticle) is not in all countries allowed. Therefore, it is essential to follow the local legal regulations when purchasing a device!