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TM-X OBSERVER 320 THERMAL CAMERA 50Hz 384×288 50MM

$6,099.99 $5,799.99

Main Features:

  • Image and Video CaptureLive Object Tracking
  • Multiple Color Display Options
  • 50mm Germanium Objective Lens
  • Removable SD Storage
  • Water Resistant and Rugged

Includes:

  • TM-X Thermal Camera Monocular
  • Interface Cable (USB, Power, Video)
  • 1 Set of Rechargeable Batteries
  • 12v DC Car Power Cable

Product Description

The Observer 320 TM-X is quite possibly the best value thermal imaging camera on the market.  Packed with features normally found only in scopes priced up to triple the amount, the 320 TM-X allows professionals and dedicated hobbyists a more affordable opportunity to enter the thermal imaging world.  With a refresh rate of 50Hz and an impressive 384 x 288 raw sensor resolution and 640 x 480 digitally enhanced output resolution, the resulting smooth images are similar to cameras costing several times more.  The 50mm Germanium lens captures video which can be digitally magnified with a press of a button for 2x zoom.  The polarity of display images can be changed between white (hot) or white (black) or you can choose between 8 other full or partial color scheme display options.  Settings allow the user to view an onscreen reticle and activate a live, object motion tracking square.  Equally impressive, the camera accepts an removable SD card for several hours of recording and the video signal can also be exported through RCA or USB cables.  The Observer TM-X runs on 9v DC power or 4 (AA) batteries.

Additional Information

Weight 16.6 oz
Dimensions 7.2 × 3.8 × 2.7 in
Core

384 x 288 Uncooled ASI FPA raw resolution, digitally processed output of 640 x 480

Range of Focus

5 meters to infinity

Detection Range

500 yards

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Export Restrictions
All Gen 3 and Gen 2+ night vision image intensifier tubes and devices as well as thermal sensors and devices are subject to United States export rules and regulations. Valid export licenses may be issued by the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, in accordance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation 120-130; or by the U.S. Department of Commerce in accordance with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), 15 CFR Parts 730-774.