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    Thermal Imager

    ....if I said the spotting scope was a reluctant sale, that would be a mahoosive understatement for this little gem.

    This is a high spec thermal imager.

    It has a digital output (so gives a black and white image) of 640x480 and has auto and manual brightness and contrast, plus a black hot/white hot function. It also has an I/O interface.

    It has three levels of zoom - wide field of view 2x, narrow field of view at 3.3x and an instant doubler giving a maximum magnification of 6.6x. It has a wide range ocular adjustment and full objective focus. It claims detection ranges of 1200m for a man sized object, 4200m for a vehicle. I can tell you I can see rabbits at 400m and I was watching deer at 1200. Catching up with Mr Reynard is pretty straightforward of in line of sight.

    It will run for around 7 hours on 4 18650 batteries.

    Happy to answer further questions via PM and of course demo if geographically possible. Seeking offers in the order of 3,500 please.
    Nooooooooooooobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!! Our main weapon is.........

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    I can confirm the capabilities of this fantastic piece of kit, it really does make spotting Charlie or anything else warm blooded very easy. Did you mention that it has the reactive eyepiece?
    I can't believe you're selling it really, you'd better have something good lined up to replace it.

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    I'm interested, pm sent
    Neo

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    Bump. Still available and open to offers.
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