BHM-Series imagers make pictures from heat, not light, letting you see other boats, obstructions, land, buoys, and floating debris in total darkness, as well as through haze, smoke, and light fog. BHM-Series thermal imagers are the best search and rescue tools on the water, giving you the power to search for disabled vessels and people in the water regardless of lighting conditions.
BHM-Series cameras have 35mm, 65mm and 100mm interchangeable lenses (sold separately) so you can choose the right lens. They also let you visually verify radar returns and see things in the water that radar might miss. Perfect for use on vessels of any size, the BHM-Series is a handheld, battery-powered, thermal night vision cameras give you the edge in all of your nighttime travels. Easily see how far you are from the shoreline, pilings, docks, floating debris, or boats at anchor.
Compared to monocular (one eyepiece) cameras, the BHM-Series’s unique bi-ocular (dual eyepiece) design is less tiring to use over long missions, easier to hold steady on rough waters, and gives you greater range performance. Plus, its Video Out connection makes it easy to connect to an onboard monitor or DVR.
Four AA Batteries; NiMH
|Dimensions||11" Length x 2.63 Height x 2.63 Width|
|Field of View at 1000 Yards||7 Degrees|
|Person In Water Range||4757 Feet|
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