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Simmons 7MP ProHunter Cam with Night Vision 54 LED

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Simmons 7MP ProHunter Cam with Night Vision 54 LED

  • IR LED night vision
  • 6 to 7 MP images
  • Video Mode
  • Rugged and field-ready
  • PIR Sensor with 45′ Range
  • 54 LED Night Vision Flash
  • SD Card Slot for Up to 32GB Cards

The most reliable hunting partner you’ll ever have. With an astounding seven months of battery life, a quick trigger speed of 1.6 seconds and up to 32GB of memory, our trail cameras are the industry’s preeminent blend of dependability and value. This Pro Hunter features a PIR sensor that captures wildlife movement up to 45′ away, storing fascinating still images to SD cards. Photos can be captured in the dark as well, thanks to the 54 LED night vision flash.

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3 Responses to “FLIR Scout PS32 320×240 monocular 7.5Hz”

  1. Promapper "Greg" says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    many uses, sometimes to sensitive, March 6, 2012
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    Promapper “Greg” (Tennessee) –

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    Finds warm electrical lines and breakers with ease indicating a potential overload.

    Originally bought this for hunting at night and finding downed game such as deer after dark. The sensitivity is best when the outside temperature is cold. as the day warms rocks and trees become the same ambient temperature of items / game you are looking for making it difficult to seperate real targets from natural. When the temperature is cold +- 32 degrees you can identify something as small as a pile of manure freshly dropped by a cow. Amazingly it looks the same as a newborn calf at 150 yards.

    A dead deer remains identifiable easily 12 hours after death . these targets show up behind branches and some green vegetation where you can’t see them visually even in the daylight assuming the ambient temperature is different than your target.

    Con: It appears this is an auto balance device which sets the sensitivity based on the average of the entire scene. having half of the scene you are viewing sky is not what works. additionally, switching to 2X magnification does not change the sensitivity as it apparently is still using the full view of the device and not just what you see at 2X.

    All in all works as advertized.

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  2. Dane says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Incredible!, September 21, 2012
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    Dane

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    I have no prior experience with IR viewing or night vision but I have to say this thing is incredible! I have only had it two days but have found a million uses for it so far. Initial charging took almost eight hours to achieve the green light and last night I had it on continuously for almost three hours and the battery indicator still showed a full charge. The large rubber eye cup seals well, making it easy to see the viewfinder when using the FLIR during the day. And, yes when you receive the unit you must do the obligatory test of putting your hand on a desk/table for a few seconds then pull it away and see your heat signature hand print. :)

    I have not found much use for the different viewing modes and find the standard white/hot dark/cold to work best for me. The display brightness is easily adjustable and is remember when you turn the unit on/off. Power up takes less than 5 seconds and it will stay on for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes with no button pushes the screen displays “powering off in 30 seconds” and counts down. Pressing any button stops the automatic shutdown and that button push does nothing but stop the auto shutdown so you don’t have to worry about accidentally turning it off or changing your settings.

    Home inspection and maintenance:

    I am able to see the studs in most interior and exterior walls through sheetrock and in some cases can even spot the seams & nails in the sheetrock. It also works very well to spot areas of heat loss making it easy to see where insulation is lacking or where there may be air leaks like around doors & windows. I also scanned my office, spotting a set of unused, powered computer speakers sitting in the corner collecting dust but glowing bright in the display meaning it was consuming a lot of power and wasting energy. I have played with it looking at circuit breaker panels and electrical outlets to spot temperature differences and possible overloads or poor connections.

    I’ve also used it to spot a broken/disconnected section of duct work buried in the walls. Several registers in this house were not blowing air and the ducting is concealed between floors which might have required a lot of expensive demo & repair to locate the break. The tenant had been running the AC so I switched the unit over to heat and watched with the FLIR. Soon a hot spot in the middle of a ceiling appeared, revealing the location of the break. I could easily see and mark the floor joists. I cut open a small area to perform the repair. It turned a expensive wild goose chase into a much smaller surgical procedure.

    Game watching & Hunting:

    This thing is magic! And, I highly recommend getting the higher resolution PS32 model over the less expensive PS24. The higher resolution greatly extends the range at which you can identify game. By modern standards even the 32 is low resolution so at greater distances animals become blobs and the greater resolution helps you distinguish details at greater ranges. These are not maximum ranges but just some animals I saw last night. At 50+ yards a small fox was pretty identifiable though I could not tell the difference between red and gray species. I saw the tail flicking and antlers of a whitetail buck at about 130 yards.

    The detail and sensitivity I think is quite good. We were in the high 70′s and sunny yesterday and it quickly dropped into the low 60′s and I was able to see pebbles, rocks and clumps of grass at my feet for walking at night. You do have a narrow field of view so it takes practice as you do have to move your head around to keep your bearings.

    Looking up at trees at night is probably it’s biggest weakness that I can tell. The auto gain feature works well but when you look up at a tree the massive amount of sky is driving the gain which can cause the tree to totally wash out. At ground level I find the gain to work pretty well and you can easily adjust it by aiming a bit higher or lower to include more or less sky so it sort of works like a hands free gain adjustment with no button pushing required. Unfortunately I could not find a work around when looking up into trees with a much cooler sky background.

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  3. Thomas Luke Andresen says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Nice Introductory Thermal, May 9, 2012
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    Thomas Luke Andresen (Archer, Florida United States) –
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    This is my first thermal and it is a nice investment and adjunct to our NV gear. Easy to see handprints and even footprints. This will really come in hand once we are out in the woods for detection and recovery. The unit has a nice feel to it, is ergonomic and very easy to operate…

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