The AGM Explorator TB75-384 is a thermal imaging bi-ocular with a 384x288 VOx detector (17μm), manual focus and a big 75mm Germanium lens. The camera is equipped with a razor-sharp OLED display and has a zoom range of optical 4.7x to 19x with use of a digital zoom. For optimal observations, the Explorator is equipped with a number of indispensable features such as a stadiametric rangefinder and Picture-in-Picture mode.
With the Explorator TB75-384, you immediately see the heat of almost 111,000 pixels. This is displayed on a dual OLED display (800x600 pixels), on which images are projected in real time (50hz). To correct for your eyes, you can set the dioptre at both eyepieces. The focus ring near the lens allows you to focus the displayed image manually. You can also adjust the contrast, brightness and image sharpness, but this can also be done automatically.
The thermal imaging camera has a number of different observation modes. For example, you can set up 11 different colour palettes, including black hot and white hot. In addition, you can use the Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode. You can use this option to zoom in further (2x) on a specific object in the picture, without losing the rest of the field of view. With the stadiametric rangefinder you can estimate the approximate distance to people, animals or other objects.
The viewer has an aluminium housing and a Germanium aspherical lens. The AGM Explorator is IP67 certified, which means that it is waterproof and impact-resistant. Because thermal imaging is independent of ambient light or weather type, you can therefore use the bi-ocular even in the most extreme conditions. Using two included CR123A batteries, you can use the device for up to five hours. Optionally, this can also be done via external USB-continuous power supply. Via the 1/4" threaded connection at the bottom you can place the camera on any standard tripod (see optional accessories).
The AGM Explorator TB75-384 is indispensable for long-term, comfortable observations over long and extreme distances. This bi-ocular is therefore very suitable for any tactical application, security/monitoring and rescue operations. But the AGM Explorator TB75-384 is also indispensable for other applications involving long-term observation (such as hunting or nature observations). The advantage of a bi-ocular thermal imaging camera over a monocular is that:
- you can see the thermal image with both eyes at the same time
- the camera is much more comfortable to use because you don't have to close one eye all the time
- a binocular is therefore suitable for long-term, continuous use
Pristatymo laikas 14-17 d.d.
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