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Maritime Thermal Cameras

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Maritime Thermal CamerasThe M300 Series of maritime thermal cameras delivers advanced awareness-enhancing technologies, safer navigation, and integration with onboard boat systems.

The cameras are designed for professional mariners and first responders who operate in the harshest marine environments. With five models in the series, the devices feature pan and tilt housings, Boson™ resolution thermal camera cores, and a visible-only, high-definition option. The series is highlighted by two dual sensor models, the M364C and M364C LR, which offer greater awareness through Color Thermal Vision™ technology. This proprietary multispectral imaging technology displays and blends thermal and high-definition visible color video for enhanced identification of buoys, vessels, and other targets at night.

The M300 Series integrates with the latest-generation marine navigation displays.

Nov/Dec 2019

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