HIKMICRO Gryphon GQ50L Thermal Fusion Monocular
THE HIKMICRO GRYPHON GQ50L handheld thermal monocular camera is equipped with a 640 × 512 infrared detector, a 1920 × 1080 low illumination optical detector and a 1024 × 768 OLED display. It supports functions of observation, Wi-Fi hot spot, hot tracking, bi-spectrum image fusion, laser distance measurement, and so on. The monocular is mainly applied to scenarios such as patrolling, law enforcement, searching and rescuing, narcotic enforcement, anti-smuggling, tracing and arresting, hiking, and travel, etc.
– 640*512 resolution, high sensitivity detector
– 50mm lens
– 1920*768 resolution, 0.39-inch OLED display
– Thermal, optical and fusion modes
– Precision laser range finder
At the centre of the Gryphon Pro is HIKMICRO’s 640x512px, 12µm thermal sensor with a sub-35mk NETD. This highly accurate thermal sensor is capable of detecting small temperature differences, building a highly detailed image, even in the harshest of conditions
BUILT-IN LASER RANGE FINDER
The built-in 600m Laser Range Finder allows you to accurately judge the distance to the target in a choice of yards and metres, and there is the added option to choose between a single readings and scan mode.
GROUND BREAKING FUSION TECHNOLOGY
In addition to the high specification thermal channel – the Gryphon Pro 50mm is also fitted with an optical camera that can operate in low light and even complete darkness with the optional IR Torch attachment. This is effectively a Thermal and Night Vision Monocular in one. A good example of fusion technology is deer, if a deer isn’t in velvet, antlers are almost impossible to see in thermal, But, with the combination of thermal and digital night vision overlay, antlers are visible all year round.