L3 Thermal-Eye X200XP Brings It HomeDecember 14, 2009
The L3 Thermal-Eye X200XP has dominated the expansive thermal imaging universe since its release. This year, Thermal Eye brought home the widely acclaimed Thermal Imaging Camera of The Year Brilliance Award, cementing Thermal Eye as the dominant force in the thermal imaging arena. Take this moment to wish the X100 XP a joyful retirement as it lives out its golden years. It is always sad to see an old friend disappear into the abyss but now is the time to welcome its replacement: the Thermal Eye X200 XP. Thermal Eye X200XP leaves its predecessor in the dust with superior stand-off-range, improved image processing, greater scene detail, and the unmatched clarity and sharpness worthy of a Brilliance Award champion. Thermal-Eye knows that thermal imaging under normal conditions is merely child's play which is why the esteemed engineers and craftsmen-designers of the X200XP elected to improve performance in the most challenging environments on Planet Earth. Whether it is dust, smoke, or complete darkness, you will notice a stark improvement over the Thermal Eye X100XP. These benefits will be harnessed while this Thermal Eye thermal imaging device combats bloom effects from nearby lights owing gratitude to improved anti-bloom technology. The X200XP by Thermal Eye has mind-blowing specifications for its price that will leave even the most avid thermal imaging fanatic breathless. The trustworthy amorphous silicon microbolometer core, 160 x 120 resolution, and a thermal sensitivity of 50 mK or less displayed on a monochrome LCD make this a must-have. Every tactical specialist knows that battery life is a critical component to any essential device. No device is as essential as a thermal imager, and no comparable device offers the battery life necessary to reach the pinnacle of prolonged use. 2 hours with alkaline and 6 hours with lithium batteries will have you begging the X200XP for mercy. Check out this thermal camera and others at www.opticsplanet.com.