The Corsair contains a crisp 60mm f/1 objective lens focusing the available thermal radiation. The field of view on this thermal monocular is 10.4 by 7.8 degrees. It features a 24 times digital zoom to enlarge your subject. The eye relief distance is measured at 30mm.
Behind the lens of the Corsair you can find the (uncooled, 17 micrometer) 640 x 480 pixels thermal core refreshing the image at 60Hz. The thermal contrast (NETD) of this thermal monocular is <50mK and it's operating within the 7.5µm to 13.5µm infrared spectrum.
The physical dimensions of this thermal monocular read 205 x 112 x 71mm (lwh) weighing in at 492 grams. This device is rated IP66. It handles dust, shocks and water (splashes). It's rated for operating in temperatures between -40°C and 65°C.
The Corsair is built to be used in scanning and surveillance, hunting adventures, police operations, search and rescue, military missions and firefighting operations.
- Integrated rangefinder displaying the distance to an object
- GPS (tracker and navigation mode)
- Ballistic data base for three ammunitions for each of eight rifles
- Automatic calculation of several targets coordinates and distance between them
- Electronic compass
- Image stabilization
- Automatic and semi-automatic target size measurement
- Built-in meteorological station (atmospheric pressure, air temperature and humidity)
- Motion detection mode
- Target detection
- Custom user profiles
- Smart Video recording
- Picture-in-Picture mode (PIP)
- Wireless Video and reticle sharing on connected devices (Android, iOS, Windows)
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1+LE and 2,4Ghz radio wireless interfaces
- English, German, French and Spanish interface