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Personal Thermal Imaging Cameras

Company: Seek Thermal

June 09, 2016

Photo: Seek Thermal
Photo: Seek Thermal

Seek Thermal recently unveiled its new line of affordable and portable personal thermal image cameras (TICs) for law enforcement: The Seek Reveal and extended range version, the Seek RevealXR FastFrame. The Seek Reveal features intuitive controls, an ergonomic grip, hi-res display, and a detectable range of -40 degrees to 626 degrees Fahrenheit. Built for long-range detection and identification, the Seek RevealXR FastFrame features a >15Hz frame rate, a 20-degree field of view, and a detectable thermal imaging distance of up to 900 feet away. Both are available for under $500.

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