FLIR ThermoSight Pro PTS 533 4-16x50 Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight (30Hz)

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Product Features

FLIR BOSON CORE SENSOR: Powered by the breakthrough FLIR Boson core, the ThermoSight Pro Series PTS536 Weapon Sight sets the standard for thermal detection and classification. Featuring a 12 µm pixel pitch sensor and 50mm lens, the PTS536 delivers brilliant, clean thermal imaging with a focused 4.5 x 3.5 degree field of view IMAGE PROCESSING: The FLIR ThermoSight Pro Series has a rugged aluminum alloy that can withstand drops in the field. Its thermal core creates stunning imagery for better detection and classification day or night. It is packed with powerful and compact hardware which is protected by a robust body VISION: Advanced image processing eliminates the guesswork. Completely digital for better detection, classification and recovery, day or night, this weapon sight is built using the new FLIR Boson thermal core. It has a bright, high definition FLCOS display for absolute clarity SUPERIOR VALUE: Packed with features for a versatile and customizable viewing experience, the PTS536 has on-board video recording, image capture and storage. It can manage up to 2.5 hours of recording time or up to 1,000 pictures. It has multiple color palettes and a digital compass/inclinometer for precise range and target orientation RETICLE: Equipped with shot activated video recording and FLIR’s patent pending High Visibility Technology (HVT) reticle, it is the perfect addition to any hunting or security weapon platform. The uncompressed video signal is paired with a high definition display for better detection and classification in the field

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