We got the opportunity to check out the new ultra compact Flir Breach PTQ136 last weekend. Man, this thing is SO small and works amazingly well!  This may be the ultimate spot and stalk thermal or like our buddy was using it, for LE use. So freaking cool.

Having a very small handheld thermal for being on the move is fantastic.  This thing takes a CR123 battery and will get a couple hours runtime and weighs less than 8oz!  You can even mount this on a helmet mount, oh and it records both video and still images.

Features: 

  • New FLIR Boson thermal core with 12 μm pixel pitch and 320 x 240 resolution
  • Bright, high definition FLCOS display
  • Industry-leading on-chip video processing
  • DoveTail / Bayonet interfaces
  • Quickly attaches to helmet and head mounts using mini-rail feature
  • Weighs less than 8 ounces (210g)
  • On board video recording with to 2.5 hours of internal storage or 1,000 pictures
  • Multiple palettes and reticle patterns
  • Digital compass/inclinometer for precise range and target orientation

Specifications: 

  • Detector Type: 320 x 256 VOx Microbolometer
  • Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
  • Start Up: <1.5 seconds
  • Image Processing: FLIR Proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement™
  • Lens system: 9.1 mm; F/1.04
  • Optical magnification: 1×
  • Field of View (H x V): 24° × 19°
  • Digital e-Zoom: 1× – 4× continuous
  • Diopter Adjustment Range: -5 to +5 dpt
  • Focusing Range: 0.25 m to infinity
  • Eye Relief: 16 mm
  • Display: Quad-VGA (1280 x 960) FLCOS
  • Video Output: Digital Video
  • Internal memory: Up to 1,000 images and 2.5 hours of video on internal memory
  • Temperature Imaging Modes
  • (Image Palettes): White Hot, Black Hot, Rainbow HC, Ironbow, Sepia, Artic,

 

 

 

 

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