Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Review of the LM6P Thermal Imaging Camera

Today we'll be looking at a new thermal monocular made by LMIR, the LM6P-25. This thermal camera uses a 384 x 288 pixels VOx (Vanadium Oxide) sensor with advanced image processing algorithms. Let's put this device through its paces and see how it performs, shall we?

Saturday, July 4, 2020
Review of the CEM T-20 Thermal Imaging Camera for Android

At ThermalBase our main focus is on handheld thermal imaging cameras operating completely on their own, often employed in the field. Once in a while however, we like to try out something different. Meet the T-20, a new Android based thermal imaging camera, made by CEM instruments which has just been released into the wild. Let’s see what it’s all about!

Tuesday, June 2, 2020
IR&D Corsair Thermal Imaging Camera Review

In our previous review we’ve talked about the Corsair's little brother, the Micro 2. Today we’re looking at a monocular which is bound to set records. The Corsair is packed with tech not found in other devices up to this date and we had a blast reviewing this military grade device. Let’s dive right into it and see what we can find out about this one.

Saturday, April 11, 2020
In-depth review of the IR&D Micro 2 Thermal Imaging Camera

Don't judge a book by its cover...Today we're looking at a tiny monocular made for surveillance and reconnaissance on the go. The Micro 2 is manufactured by IR&D in the EU (Belgium) and targeted at the outdoor professional. In this ongoing review we will share our thoughts with you and hope to get you some questions answered in the process.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Good news for Pulsar XP series owners

Pulsar has just released the long awaited 4.0 update for their XP series. Among the regular bug fixes there have been major improvements in image detail and customization in viewing modes.

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