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FLIR Scout PS-24 Thermal Camera / Digital Thermal Imager
$1,999.00
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I got this FlIR unit and powered it up immediately. I wanted this for hunting so that I didn't have to point my night vision scope at things I didn't ...
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FLIR PS 24

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on May 11, 2013
This was bought from 'Night Vision Australia' in York St., Sydney for Club useage. Bit of a mix-up with seller over non-availability of a head-mount. They said there was none and then advertised them (at no increased price) in SSAA 'Australian Shooter' Magazine for 3 months after we had purchased it already! Notified seller of discrepancy but no cogent reply as yet (1 week) except that they felt "insulted".....
Pros: Easy to use, has standard camera-tripod screw-mount point.
Cons: 'Auto-off ' feature annoying. No head-mount available....
Would recommend: Yes
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Exactly what you need, and nothing more.

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WI Written on April 22, 2013
This IS the ticket. I wanted a device that I could take camping/outdoors to see what was going on in the dark. I played with some Gen2+ NVIS devices, and while those are great for seeing DETAIL at night, nothing compares to seeing squirrels playing in the leaves in pitch black, over 200' away. You must have one of these.
Pros: Size, weight, build feel. Easy to use, no complex menus.
Cons: No replaceable battery....
Would recommend: Yes
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great value for a FLIR system

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NC Written on March 10, 2013
I got this FlIR unit and powered it up immediately. I wanted this for hunting so that I didn't have to point my night vision scope at things I didn't want to shoot, and this unit fits the bill. It is lightweight, portable, and easy to use. I first tried it out in town the night I got it. Church is down the street from me and I could observe cars, and people coming and going. In town there is a lot of heat sources . I tried white hot first. I find that a mid range brightness setting is best. I like white hot for town, and black hot for the woods, and use the red hot first and second setting to confirm that I am seeing a live animal or person. In town there are lots of heat sources. You can see lights, electric boxes, auto tires heat on moving vehicles , city lights, engines that have been running, and heat escaping from homes. you can also see your footprints and heat from where you just put your hand. It does not go through an automobile or other window. In town there is so much heat signature that it is hard to make out humans and you need to cycle through white hot, black hot and red settings to confirm that something is live. The next day I took the PS 24 to my hog stand. I was able to see on a moonless night cows lying in the pasture on my way in, a fox, and a bird or two. I sat in the stand a while and the trees in black hot are dark and the ground looks like white snow. A bear came in after three hours and a living object glows brighter than its surroundings I checked ...
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