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US NIGHT VISION FLIR Scout PS32
US NIGHT VISION FLIR Scout PS32


 
Our Price: $2,999.00

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The compact, lightweight FLIR Scout PS-Series provides clear, crisp thermal imagery from dawn to dusk and through the dead of night. It fits easily and naturally into the palm of your hand and features simplified operation making it an ideal choice for sportsmen, hikers, ranchers, rangers, or backyard nature enthusiasts. If you can’t bear to miss a thing while exploring the great outdoors, the Scout PS-Series Thermal Handheld Camera, starting at less than $2,000, satisfies your thirst for adventure. With its small form factor, light weight, and powerful imagery, the Scout PS-Series allows you to scan vast areas of environment for long periods of time without arm fatigue. Straightforward operation ensures that you can rely on it for the visual information you need, day or night, while you concentrate on more important matters. Like all FLIR thermal cameras, the Scout PS-Series creates images from heat, not light, giving you a tactical advantage out in the wild. You can navigate rough terrain to scope out the “perfect spot” at dusk, before dawn and even when it’s pitch black outside. You can discover nocturnal animals, find wandering members of your party, locate lost livestock or spot downed game. You can use Scout to help see through light fog, smoke or trail dust and even use it to help insulate your home, check out things that go bump in the night, and much more. Key Features 320 x 240 Resolution Palm-Sized Portability Light Weight – Only 12 Ounces Rugged, Weathertight, Ergonomic Design Up to 2× Digital Zoom Polarity: White Hot, Black Hot and InstAlertTM 4 Button Operation: Power, Polarity, Zoom and LCD Brightness Embedded LED Tasklight Rechargeable Li-Ion Internal Battery

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