FLIR MD-625 Static Thermal Night Vision Camera

FLIR MD-625 Static Thermal Night Vision Camera


The FLIR MD-625 Static Thermal Night Vision Camera was engineered for smaller cruising, fishing, and sailing vessels.


  • Ethernet-Enabled For Simple Integration Into Your Current Electronics
  • Slim Profile Makes For An Unobtrusive Mount
  • Can Easily Detect Floating Objects, Navigation Aids, Other Vessels, And Even People In The Water With Ease
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This affordable, fixed-mount thermal night vision system helps with steering around obstacles, collision avoidance and finding people in the water at night. Simple to mount and easy to integrate into your existing electronics, MD-Series' display can be mounted separately on your dashboard, or the feed can be integrated into an existing display to save space.

Now even small boats can see clearly at night with the MD-Series Fixed Mount Thermal Night Vision Camera from FLIR.

Fast-moving crafts will appreciate the enhanced long-range performance of the MD-625 camera with a high-resolution 640 x 480 thermal imager and 25mm lens. The MD-625 has a 2X and 4X digital zoom for enlarging distant targets & 30 Hz refresh for smooth, clear images.

The MD-Series delivers stunning detail and clarity day or night thanks to its state-of-the-art FLIR thermal imaging technology.  

The camera measures 5.9" in diameter and just 7" high. The small footprint allows the camera to easily mount on any T-top, cabin roof, radar arch or mast.


  • 640 x 480 resolution
  • 4x e-zoom

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