IR coated lens
adjustable light cone
multistage fluorescent switch
made of magnesium
Illuminates what it promises.
The Phönix Focus is characterized by its impressive brightness and extremely low mass.
Compared to conventional IR lasers, it offers more depth of field and better image quality. Due to its continuously adjustable light circle, the PHÖNIX FOCUS can be set to large wide angles as well as to focus on objects in far distances. No matter in which mode you use it – the PHÖNIX FOCUS always convinces with an evenly illuminated light circle.
In addition to the performance values, the Phoenix Focus offers another plus point: squaring the circle. When focusing on distant objects, the round circle of light becomes a square of light, offering 4× greater illumination compared to its predecessor. This allows game to be literally backed with light at great distances – without annoying ground reflections and with a maximum of light width. In addition, compared to many other IR lamps, it is considerably less sensitive to dirt on the optics. While dirt or raindrops appear immediately in the image with other IR lamps, the Phoenix Focus remains unimpressed by this.
Phoenix 2 und Phoenix 5
The Phoenix 2 and the Phoenix 5 differ only in their areas of use. The Phoenix 2 illuminates a smaller area more strongly and is therefore suitable for use in the field. suitable. The Phoenix 5, on the other hand, illuminates a much larger area and is therefore ideal for the forest and shorter distances.
infrared coated lens
made in Germany
Ease of use
Multi-stage switch to control the intensity.
Conical mounting rubber for quick mounting on the scope.
Ease of use
multi-stage switch for intensity control
Suitability for everyday use
battery compartment for CR123a
Space-saving due to extra flat design
Phoenix IR Compact
The Phoenix IR+ Compact was developed for use with the DJ-8 as a side solution. It connects to the eyepiece of the scope via the conical mounting rubber and works with both variable scopes and fixed magnification glass.
When used with a variable glass, the adjustable magnification can be used to increase the performance of the Phoenix IR+ to image the crosshairs with greater contrast.