Flir has just lauched a consumer grade thermographic image video camera called the Scout. But the price is still very heft at $3,000 each I dont see them flying of the shelves.
The technology it uses is built on Flir’s leading edge night vision and allows the user to see clearly in total darkness, smoke, dust and also light fog.
Built around Flir’s leading edge thermal night vision technology, Scout gives outdoor enthusiasts the power to see people, animals, and their surroundings clearly in total darkness, as well as through smoke, dust, and light fog. Scout uses a thermal camera to make video images from heat, not light, and displays this video on its built‐in LCD eyepiece.
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