The compact, lightweight FLIR Scout Series 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, need to navigate safely at night, or find and track animals; there are several Scout systems, starting at $1,999.
FLIR Scout PS is available in two models: PS24 (240x180) and PS32 (320x240 - 2X digital zoom). The Scout PS-Series fits easily into the palm of your hand, and its simplified operation makes it an ideal choice for sportsmen, hikers, ranchers, rangers, or backyard nature enthusiasts. Save money by locating missing insulation or drafty doors around the house.
Specifications for FLIR Scout II 24/32 Scout Digital Thermal Camera:
240 x 180 VOx Microbolometer (PS-24)
320 x 240 VOx Microbolometer (PS-32)
||19mm Fixed Focus
Field of View (H ~ W):
PS-24 = 1x PS-32= 2x digital zoom
24° ~ 18°
||7.5 - 13.5 Micrometers
||< 5 Seconds
|Built-In Viewfinder Display:
||Color LCD Display
|Polarity / Detection Palettes:
||White Hot; Black Hot; InstAlert
||FLIR Proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement
||9 Hz Refresh Rate
|Weight (with battery):
||12 oz (340 g)
|Size (L ~ W ~ H):
||6.70" x 2.31" x 2.44"
||Standard Tripod Mount
||USB Cable for Internal Battery
|Battery Life (Operating):
||5+ Hours Typical
||-4°F to 122°F (-20°C to +50°C)
|Detect Man-Sized Target (1.8 m ~ 0.5 m):
~350 yds (PS-24) / ~500yds (PS-32)
Night Vision vs Thermal Click to enlarge
Features of FLIR Scout II Thermal Imaging Digital Camera 24:
- Palm-Sized Portability
- Light Weight - Only 12 Ounces
- Rugged, Weathertight, Ergonomic Design
- Multiple Resolution Choices
- Polarity: White Hot, Black Hot and InstAlert
- 4 button operation: Power, Polarity, Zoom and LCD Brightness
- Embedded LED Tasklight
- Rechargeable Li-Ion Internal Battery
- Traverse rough terrain even when it's pitch black outside.
- Spot nocturnal animals, lost livestock, or downed game.
- Locate missing people in adverse conditions when every minute counts.
- See through light fog, smoke, or trail dust.
- Check out things that go bump in the night and keep your property safe.
- Save money by locating missing insulation, leaky windows, or drafty doors around the house