This new thermal imaging device does the same thing that top-end thermal imagers do, just at the fraction of the cost. It allows you to see the heat signature of animals and people in the dark (and the light for that matter) at more than 100 yards away, through a variety of color palettes.

The Scout TK also shoots photos and video and runs on a rechargeable battery for more than five hours. It’s not a cheap device with an MSRP of $500. But considering that some FLIR imagers run north of $3,500, this little gadget is a bargain.

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