As military-grade infrared thermal night vision camera comes into the affordable ones applied in civilian field, a vast array of similar products are available on the market from various manufacturers. If you are a newbie to what you are looking for, you may easily fall into choice phobia disorder because of ambivalence. At that point, all you need is a thorough shopping guide to help you get the ideal thermal night vision camera for your needs. Now we’ll go over a few key points to think about before purchasing one.
1. Budget VS Price
Budget is the one thing you must think about before buying anything. Any amount of price can be asked for your desired camera. That depends on different expense like raw material purchasing, manufacturing, transportation, operational costs and brand value. You need to be mentally prepared enough to spend higher amount of bucks if you need a higher quality product.
The entry-level thermal cameras for night vision usually cost around USD 500.00 while part of them are higher. Take a close look at their features and make a proper comparison among them through your observation and select one that you want.
2. Clarity of image
Seeing a target clearly at the desired location at night is the most important function for one who uses an infrared night vision camera. An easy way to determine clarity is to check the resolution for eyepiece, image and video, etc. After that, examine the sharpness of the actual vision.
3. Battery type and life
Both battery type and life are significant for utilizing a thermal night vision camera to hunt as hunting often takes a long time.
Many batteries are more expensive than you expect and hardly bought from the market for replacement. We recommend you to use the Guide TK Handheld Thermal Imaging Monocular. It captures sharp thermal images, provides a long battery life, supports connection to multiple accessories and enables itself to be suitable to different scenes.