You can't see through window glass?
Nope glass is opaque to the wavelengths thermal detects.Just got the ts25-384 rattler, works great. Works in daylight too. For uncooled detection, very good picture. Not a sensitive as Mil FLIR but good. I did some FLIR (Mk68) design work a long time ago. You can't see through window glass?
I just got a rattler ts19 for 770 used off Amazon. For the price, I am very pleased. Right now some are 20 percent off. As far as the resolution, it's not great, I could see animals walking in the field last night. I just got it yesterday so I'm still figuring it out. The ts19 is the cheapest and you get what you pay for. The ts25 is a little under 1k used. The ts25 384 is 1500 but the zoom is 1.5 vs 3.5. I think the ts25 would have been a little better but it's Amazon so I can return it if I'm not pleased.Anyone have any experience with AGM thermals, such as the AGM Rattler?
Anyone have any experience with AGM thermals, such as the AGM Rattler?
I know I'm slow on the follow up question, but....
384I know I'm slow on the follow up question, but....
Is that 640 or 384?
What was the ambient temp?
I want a rattler to augment my Flir LS32, but I'm worried all I'll see in the Texas heat is hot rocks. I can stand 35 yards from a deer in front of a wood fence and not see it with my LS32 during a summer day.
That is where I got my rattler. Great guys thereThanks for all the inputs. I ended up getting a great deal on the iray mk1 from feral outdoors in central Texas. They were great to deal with. The Iray gets its first field test tonight.
But again, wanted to thank you guys for the input on the agm.
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Pretty much what @or.slacker said. I walked in ready to spend $4k and after talking with the guy in the store, he down sold me. Walked out spending 2600 and had what I needed.
Therefore, I just wait while things get better.
Please continue these user reports.
Buyer's paralysis, LOL. When it comes to technology, things tend to get better and cheaper over time. You can wait forever for things to get better and when they do, they will still be inferior to what the future will hold from there.