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Not going to see the difference on a microbolometer based FPA - skin temp would vary but only a few tens of millidegrees.Depends on size dont you think?
We're talking about a sizeable mass in some cases that is not vascular
Don't remember the model number, however it was a fixed mount device interfaced to a GPS chart plotter. It was not a hand held unit.Not going to see the difference on a microbolometer based FPA - skin temp would vary but only a few tens of millidegrees.
A cryocooled MWIR - a good one is amazing
Another fun thing is that most commercial textile dies are completely transparent in SWIR
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I dont think so... but our laws could be interpreted to mean anything ..I recall something about “battery operated” scopes. I will have to research it