FLIR Scout BTS-XR Pro <9Hz
- (9Hz) Handheld Hunting Bi-Ocular Thermal Imaging Night Vision Camera
- 640x480 Resolution
- Variable FOV
- 2x, 4x Zoom
- Record Video & Capture Photos
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The FLIR BTS-XR Pro is the newest model in the Scout Bi-Ocular Series. With the same image clarity and detail that knocked your socks off in FLIR's Scout monocular cameras, the FLIR Bi-Ocular Series gives outdoor enthusiasts even more choices and control in their thermal viewing experience. Featuring a full coverage eyepiece, inter-ocular adjustment, ergonomic comfort, straightforward controls, interchangeable quick disconnect lenses, and the unrivaled performance that only FLIR's high resolution thermal cores can deliver, this is a must have for any avid outdoor enthusiast.
What's in the Box
HOW AND WHY THERMAL IMAGING WORKS
Daylight TV cameras, image intensified (I2) night vision devices, and the human eye all see the same thing: reflected visible light. Unfortunately, we need visual contrast to discern an object from its surroundings and at night there is very little visual contrast to work with. Conventional night vision scopes are great for situational awareness, but they can't see in total darkness. Conventional night vision scopes also struggle to penetrate foliage or make a picture at great distances. Scout thermal cameras don't have these problems since they make pictures from heat, rather than light. Everything we encounter in day-to-day life gives off thermal energy, even ice. The hotter something is, the more thermal energy it emits. This emitted thermal energy is called a heat signature. When two objects next to one another have even subtly different heat signatures, they show up clearly to a thermal imager regardless of lighting conditions. Using the 320 × 240 or higher resolution 640 x 480 thermal imaging core, the Scout series provides significantly better image clarity and greater detail than earlier systems, allowing the user to see more of their surroundings than any other night vision technology. FLIR's advanced image-processing algorithms produce crisp, clear thermal video day and night.