FLIR Debuts Scout Thermal Night Vision Scope

New line of cutting-edge thermal night vision for outdoorsmen.

FLIR Scout Thermal Night Vision Scope
FLIR Scout Thermal Night Vision Scope

Portland, OR –-( FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) will unveil its new Scout line of thermal night vision scopes for hikers, campers, and outdoorsmen of all kinds.

Built around FLIR’s leading edge thermal night vision technology, Scout gives outdoor enthusiasts the power to see people, animals, and their surroundings clearly in total darkness, as well as through smoke, dust, and light fog. Scout uses a thermal camera to make video images from heat, not light, and displays this video on its built-in LCD eyepiece.

In addition to providing improved visibility in almost every conceivable environmental condition, Scout enables hikers, campers, and hunters to keep track of other people in their party, find and track animals, and navigate safely and accurately even in total darkness.

Small, rugged, and ergonomic, Scout provides direct push-button access to all of its controls, and weighs less than one-and-a-half pounds.

Scout’s on-screen symbology that gives the user instant feedback on the camera’s operating status. A variety of accessories are also available, including a Hot Shoe charging and video-output attachment, AC power adapter, car charger, and on-board still image storage.

Operating for more than five hours on four AA batteries (Scout accepts NiMH, Li-Ion, and Alkaline batteries), and 120 hours in Standby mode, Scout is ready for action anytime.

About FLIR Systems:
Pioneers in infrared technology, FLIR designs, manufactures, and supports thermal imaging systems and subsystems for industrial, scientific, government, commercial, and firefighting applications. With a 40-year history of infrared innovation, more than 100,000 systems in use worldwide, and development centers and sales offices in over 60 countries, FLIR is the world leader in thermal imaging technology. For more information, visit FLIR’s website at

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