FLIR's Scout handheld thermal imaging cameras give hikers, hunters, and outdoorsmen of all stripes the ability to see clearly in total darkness, providing a wealth of valuable information during any nighttime excursion.
Scout, powered by the same advanced technology used by military and law enforcement, is the first personal thermal imaging camera affordable enough to give every outdoorsman the unsurpassed practical advantages of full-resolution thermal imaging night vision.
Scout makes images from heat, not light, a feat impossible for the naked eye or even image intensified night vision devices, which means you can see clearly even without any visible light at all. People, animals, and objects all make their own heat and their own contrast, and are clearly seen by the Scout in even the most adverse conditions.
The following models are available:
Scout enables the outdoorsman to:
The Pro version of the TS camera has the possibility to record video and/or photos.
In the camera is a SD card installed (included) where, with a simple push of a button, your fotos and videos are stored.
(The TS 24 Pro only has foto capability)
|Detector type||Focal plane array, uncooled Vanadium Oxide (VOx) Microbolometer|
|Resolution||240 x 180 pixels||320 x 240 pixels|
|Spectral range||7.5 — 13.5 µm|
|Field of View (H×V), degrees||24° × 18°,
12° × 9° (2x extender)
|7° × 5°|
|Thermal sensitivity||< 50 mK (F/1.0, 25 °C)|
|Viewfinder||Built-in display, color VGA LCD|
|Video output||NTSC / PAL composite on RCA|
|Image Polarity||White hot / black hot / red hot selectable|
|Power supply||AA, 4x, NiMH accu / Li-Ion / Alkaline|
|Batterylife (NiMH)||> 5h ; > 120h standby|
|Temperature||0 °C — +50 °C||-20 °C — +60 °C|
|Storage temperature||-20 °C — +70 °C||-40 °C — +75 °C|