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FLIR Introduces Bi-Ocular Hand-held Thermal Imager

February 05, 2011  | 


Photo courtesy of FLIR Systems.

FLIR Systems Inc. has added the BHS-Series Bi-Ocular thermal imaging camera to its handheld H-Series line of imagers for law enforcement, according to the company.

With the BHS-Series Bi-Ocular camera, officers can see in total darkness, through smoke, dust, light fog, as well as through light camouflage and foliage in any lighting conditions and at even greater ranges than before.

The BHS-Series Bi-Ocular features a full-coverage eyepiece, inter-ocular adjustment, ergonomic comfort, and FLIR's high-resolution thermal cores. It's ideal for missions requiring longer standoff distances, such as extended area patrols, covert surveillance, critical infrastructure protection, and protective service or high-threat security situations, according to the company.

Featuring customizable core performance and powerful E-zoom functionality, the BHS-Series Bi-Ocular provides crisp, clear video that can be further customized for mission-specific tasks with a choice of up to three lightweight, easily focused, quick-disconnect lenses for extended range viewing.

Capturing video is accomplished with one-touch recording, freeing hands for zoom and focus adjustments during any recorded event. A new quick release hot-shoe provides access to AC power and video-out, while a latched door provides battery access in the field.

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