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FLIR Ocean Scout Handheld Thermal Night Vision Cameras

FLIR Ocean Scout Handheld Thermal Night Vision Cameras

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The FLIR Ocean Scout Handheld Thermal Night Vision Camera is a rugged camera that lets you see other vessels, landmarks, buoys, and floating debris in total darkness.

Features

  • Quickly Scan Your Surroundings For Other Vessels
  • Easily Recognize Buoys In River Channels Or Open Water
  • Detect Key Landmarks Like Islands Or Docks
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Now with a high resolution LCD display and FLIR's latest generation thermal sensor technology, Ocean Scout makes your time on the water safer and more relaxing.

Steer Clear - Boat with confidence day or night

  • Avoid obstacles, such as rocks, floating logs, and other debris
  • Be aware of kayakers, personal watercraft, and small boats without lights
  • Detect marine mammals above the water surface


Stay Safe - A lifesaving tool for a "man overboard" emergency

  • Locate the body heat of anyone in the water
  • Quickly identify overboard people and pets
  • InstAlert™mode highlights the hottest objects in red



Range Performance:
Detect man - 1,150' (350M)
Detect Small Boat - 2,940' (.48nm

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
FLIR Ocean Scout Handheld Thermal Night Vision Cameras 432-0008-22-00S Ocean Scout Handheld Thermal Night Vision Camera, 240 x 180, Black
$1999.00
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FLIR Ocean Scout 320 NTSC 320 x 240 Handheld Thermal Night Vision Camera - Black 432-0009-22-00S Ocean Scout Handheld Thermal Night Vision Camera, 320 x 240, Black
$2999.00
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