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FLIR First Mate II Thermal Night Vision Cameras

FLIR First Mate II Thermal Night Vision Cameras

Description

The FLIR First Mate II Thermal Night Vision Camera includes handheld thermal imager.

Features

  • Capture Still Images And Video
  • Rugged, All Weather Design
  • Submersible
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$4199.00
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Details

  • Hotshoe video output
  • Charging accessory
  • 4 Rechargeable NiMH AA batteries
  • AC power adapter/charger
  • Neck lanyard
  • Operator's manual
  • USB cable
  • Video output cable
  • 2x E-Zoom
  • SD card for still image storage
  • Operating temperature range: 32 degrees F to 122 degrees F

 

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