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Posted: 1/5/2012 6:08:32 AM EDT
Is anyone else ready to see the new NV/Thermal products that are coming this year at the Shot Show later this month? I am really interested to see any new entry to mid level priced thermal units as I bought a FLIR PS32 last year and wonder if L3 or anyone else will bring another lower priced thermal system to market this year. It would be nice if L3 would upgrade the Xp200 thermal monos with a 320x240 imager and keep price about the same area as it is now. I guess we will see soon enough.
Link Posted: 1/5/2012 7:52:26 AM EDT
Link Posted: 1/5/2012 3:58:32 PM EDT
I'm interested but a couple months ago bought a flir m24 in 640x480 so I hope there is nothing to great.
Link Posted: 1/5/2012 5:47:06 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/5/2012 5:49:47 PM EDT by CTM1]
I want to see the following two products

Scope that incorporates and allows for all of the following
Day Optic
Day Optic/ with thermal overlay
NV
NV w/ thermal overlay
Thermal
All of the above allow for variable power 4-16x so I can put a round up a fleas ass @ 1,000 meters no matter day or night.
1000 yard IR laser rangefinder with display inside scope with
automatic W&E adjustment that is programmable for multiple calibers.
dual beam variable IR targetting/illuminating laser with 1mw-50mw class 3B civi allowable
Under 4 pounds with QD mount
of course all for under $10k

Goggle that incorporates
NV
NV w/thermal overlay
Thermal
Day time binocular 7x with auto adjust focus, like a camera
Day time w/thermal overlay
Day time w/thermal overlay and binocular
Built in IR laser 1000 yard rangefinder/illuminator, of course w/ eye safe lens so return beam does not burn your retina
Lenses can be swing independently out of way like PVS21
Of course under 2 lbs

Of course all for under $10K

Both for $16K on special

Hey someone once said if you can think it someone can do it.

PS yeah I'm bored
Link Posted: 1/5/2012 9:52:04 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/5/2012 9:58:10 PM EDT by AdmiralMH]
That would be almost the perfect optic. Just include a compass and inclinometer with GPS to calculate target coordinates for artillery and a programmable multi-funtion display for any data use and it would be perfect.
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