Flir SCOUT II THERMAL HANDHELD CAMERA SERIES

The compact, lightweight FLIR Scout II thermal handheld camera gives you clear, crisp thermal imagery from dawn to dusk and through the dead of night. If you can’t bear to miss a thing while exploring the great outdoors, the Scout II, is your ticket to experience the night as never before.

Scout II is a compact thermal night vision camera built for the great outdoors. Scout II detects the body heat of animals and people in any terrain, day or night. Track game, recover downed animals, watch for predators, and stay aware of your surroundings after darkness falls. With a high resolution LCD display, video out (320 model) and a choice of magnifications, Scout II empowers you to experience wild places like never before.

 

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SEE AT NIGHT IN ANY TERRAIN

Bright LCD screen displays animals and people in total darkness

  • 13 mm (240 model) and 19 mm (320 model) lenses provide broad situational awareness
  • Detects heat signatures up to 550 yards away, depending on model
  • 640 x 480 pixel LCD screen displays crisp and clear imagery
  • Produces better scene contrast than I2 night vision

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GRAB AND GO SIMPLICITY

Starts up in seconds, no training required

  • Easy-to-use menu: Power, Polarity, Zoom, and LCD Brightness
  • Up to 2X e-zoom (320 model)
  • Freeze Frame feature (240 model)
  • Detection palettes: White Hot, Black Hot, and InstAlert™
  • Utility light for finding items dropped in the dark

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COMPACT AND RUGGED

Fits in any pack, withstands hard drops and shallow water

  • Fits easily in the palm of your hand
  • Light weight, only 12 ounces
  • Weather-tight, ergonomic design
  • 5-hour Internal Li-Ion battery

 

Flir SCOUT II THERMAL HANDHELD CAMERA SERIES
FLIR SCOUT II-240
Thermal Imager, 13 mm lens provide broad situational awareness 240 × 180 VOx Microbolometer Detector type
FLIR SCOUT II-320
Thermal Imager, 19 mm lenses provide broad situational awareness 336 × 256 VOx Microbolometer Detector type

 

 

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