HikMicro Condor CH35L
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The HikMicro Condor CH35L Thermal Imager is a technologically advanced device that shares the same thermal sensor as the well-regarded HikMicro Falcon FH35 thermal spotter but is housed in a new magnesium alloy body. A significant addition to this model is the integrated laser rangefinder.
This image has HIKMICRO's highly sensitive 384x288px 12 microns, a sub-20mK NETD sensor, and a high-performance F1.0 lens. These features combine to provide exceptional detail recognition and an extensive detection range of up to 1800m. With a 35mm focal length, the Condor CH35L offers a magnification range of 3.5x to 28x, allowing for detecting and identifying heat sources from a distance, even under challenging weather conditions like rain and fog.
The device offers a 7.5 x 5.6-degree field of view, making it versatile for spotting deer in woodlands or scanning open moors. The Condor CH35L uses HikMicro's "Image Pro" and "Zoom Pro" algorithms for enhanced image quality. "Image Pro" maximizes digital image optimization, rendering both the subject and background with high quality. At the same time, "Zoom Pro" improves the image during magnification, reducing pixelation and retaining more image details at higher magnifications.
The integrated Laser Rangefinder (LRF) is a key feature for various activities like deer stalking, vermin control, and wildlife surveys, offering accurate measurements up to 1000m with an accuracy of +/- 1M.
The Condor CH35L is designed for quick startup, becoming fully operational in less than 3 seconds, and it is powered by three replaceable batteries, providing up to 13.5 hours of continuous operation. Additionally, it includes integrated video recording and WiFi capabilities, enabling users to capture and share footage and connect to the HikMicro Sight app for live streaming and device control.
Overall, the HikMicro Condor CH35L is a robust and versatile thermal imager suitable for various outdoor and surveillance applications, providing users with detailed imaging, long-range detection, and convenient features for enhanced user experience.