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FLIR Ocean Scout

Redesigned thermal handheld cameras offer increased resolution.

June 8, 2015
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Originally introduced as the First Mate series, FLIR’s redesigned Ocean Scout marine thermal handheld cameras now feature a high-resolution LCD display and the latest version of FLIR’s thermal-imaging core. In the dark, the Ocean Scout 240 can detect a man 1,150 feet away, while the Ocean Scout 320 can see someone 1,800 feet away. The cameras can detect a small boat a half-mile and a mile away, respectively. The 320 also comes with video-output capability. Both feature a 640-by-480‑pixel LCD display and weigh 12 ounces. The 240 costs $1,999, and the 320 costs $2,999.

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