FLIR M364C Dual Payload (2022)

FLIR M364C Dual Payload Thermal Camera No JCU

Model: M364C
Featuring a high definition low light camera and one of the most advanced FLIR thermal imaging cores, the M364C and M364C-LR provide an elite level of awareness on the water. Both cameras use multispectral imaging to deliver exclusive FLIR Color Thermal Vision™ (CTV) technology. Color Thermal Vision blends visible camera details with a thermal image, overlaying vital color imagery that allows captains to positively identify navigation aids and other vessels within the thermal scene. Outstanding imaging performance, intelligent object recognition technology, and enhanced gyro-stabilization make the M364C and M364-LR indispensable tools for law enforcement professionals, commercial mariners, and serious recreational boaters.

Thermal and visible imaging featuring FLIR Color Thermal Vision and MSX®.
Low light HD visible imaging sensor and long-range zoom offer enhanced target identification.
Two-axis mechanical stabilization virtually eliminates the effects of pitch, heave, and yaw.

      Specifications

      General

      Detector Type 640 x 512 VOx Microbolometer
      Field of View 24° x 18°
      Image Processing FLIR Proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement
      HD-SDI Lossless Video Output Yes
      Network Video Output Single H.264 Network Video Stream
      Pan & Tilt Adjustment Range 360° Continuous Pan, +/- 90° Tilt
      Pan/Tilt Yes

      Color Camera

      E-Zoom - Color12x

      Connections & Communications

      Analog Video Output NTSC/PAL User Settable
      Analog Video Connector Types BNC

      Daylight Imaging

      Zoom 30x Optical Zoom
      Detector Type - Daylight 1/2.8" Exmor R CMOS
      Field of View - Daylight Optical 63.7° x 35.8° WFOV to 2.3° x 1.29° NFOV
      Focal Length - Daylight 129 mm to 4.3 mm
      Lines of Resolution - Daylight High Definition up to 1080/30p
      Minimum Illumination - Daylight 0.1 lux (50 IRE, 1/30s, ICR off, slow shutter off, high sensitivity off) / 0.0008 lux (30 IRE, ICR on, slow shutter 1/4s, high sensitivity on)

      Environmental

      (Video) Demonstrating the FLIR M364 LR "Dual Payload" Low Light + Thermal Imaging Camera

      Automatic Window Defrost Standard at Power-Up
      EMIIEC60945
      Lightning Protection Standard
      Operating Temperature Range -13°F to +131°F (-25°C to +55°C)
      Salt Mist IEC60945
      Shock 15g vertical, 9g horizontal
      Storage Temperature Range -30°F to +158°F (-30°C to +70°C)
      Vibration IEC60945
      Water Ingress IPX6 (heavy seas, power jets of water)
      Wind100 knots (115.2 MPH)
      Sand & Dust Ingress Mil-Std-810E or IP6X

      Marine Imaging & Optical

      FocusFixed 12ft (3m) to infinity

      Thermal Imaging

      Continuous E-Zoom 8x
      Focal Length - Thermal 18mm
      Video Refresh Rate - Thermal 30 Hz

        Installation Manual

        FLIR M364C Dual Payload Thermal Camera No JCU

        Model: M364C
        Featuring a high definition low light camera and one of the most advanced FLIR thermal imaging cores, the M364C and M364C-LR provide an elite level of awareness on the water. Both cameras use multispectral imaging to deliver exclusive FLIR Color Thermal Vision™ (CTV) technology. Color Thermal Vision blends visible camera details with a thermal image, overlaying vital color imagery that allows captains to positively identify navigation aids and other vessels within the thermal scene. Outstanding imaging performance, intelligent object recognition technology, and enhanced gyro-stabilization make the M364C and M364-LR indispensable tools for law enforcement professionals, commercial mariners, and serious recreational boaters.

        Thermal and visible imaging featuring FLIR Color Thermal Vision and MSX®.
        Low light HD visible imaging sensor and long-range zoom offer enhanced target identification.
        Two-axis mechanical stabilization virtually eliminates the effects of pitch, heave, and yaw.

            Specifications

            General

            (Video) FLIR M364C Dual Payload Camera on 2018 Monterey 335SY

            Detector Type 640 x 512 VOx Microbolometer
            Field of View 24° x 18°
            Image Processing FLIR Proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement
            HD-SDI Lossless Video Output Yes
            Network Video Output Single H.264 Network Video Stream
            Pan & Tilt Adjustment Range 360° Continuous Pan, +/- 90° Tilt
            Pan/Tilt Yes

            Color Camera

            E-Zoom - Color12x

            Connections & Communications

            Analog Video Output NTSC/PAL User Settable
            Analog Video Connector Types BNC

            Daylight Imaging

            Zoom 30x Optical Zoom
            Detector Type - Daylight 1/2.8" Exmor R CMOS
            Field of View - Daylight Optical 63.7° x 35.8° WFOV to 2.3° x 1.29° NFOV
            Focal Length - Daylight 129 mm to 4.3 mm
            Lines of Resolution - Daylight High Definition up to 1080/30p
            Minimum Illumination - Daylight 0.1 lux (50 IRE, 1/30s, ICR off, slow shutter off, high sensitivity off) / 0.0008 lux (30 IRE, ICR on, slow shutter 1/4s, high sensitivity on)

            Environmental

            Automatic Window Defrost Standard at Power-Up
            EMIIEC60945
            Lightning Protection Standard
            Operating Temperature Range -13°F to +131°F (-25°C to +55°C)
            Salt Mist IEC60945
            Shock 15g vertical, 9g horizontal
            Storage Temperature Range -30°F to +158°F (-30°C to +70°C)
            Vibration IEC60945
            Water Ingress IPX6 (heavy seas, power jets of water)
            Wind100 knots (115.2 MPH)
            Sand & Dust Ingress Mil-Std-810E or IP6X

            Marine Imaging & Optical

            FocusFixed 12ft (3m) to infinity

            Thermal Imaging

            Continuous E-Zoom 8x
            Focal Length - Thermal 18mm
            Video Refresh Rate - Thermal 30 Hz

              Installation Manual

              FLIR M364C Dual Payload (1)

              (Video) On the Water with the FLIR M364C Camera | FLIR Systems | Maritime Thermal Night Vision

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              Damages

              (Video) FLIR M364C Panbo demo ride

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              (Video) RIDICULOUS THERMAL CAMERA - FLIR M364C - Overview and Install

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              FAQs

              Can FLIR see through drywall? ›

              No, thermal cameras cannot see through walls, at least not like in the movies. Walls are generally thick enough—and insulated enough—to block any infrared radiation from the other side.

              Can FLIR see through concrete? ›

              ​The answer is NO. The explanation to this answer to this is the same as the one applied for walls. Thermal cameras cannot see through concrete.

              Can FLIR one see through walls? ›

              No, it can detect heat from the wall near the surface that there is an issue, but not what is behind the wall. However, if there is something that is causing a difference in temperature in the wall, it will pick it up.

              How accurate is a FLIR camera? ›

              The standard FLIR product accuracy specification of ±2°C or 2% of the temperature reading at 30°C (86°F) ambient environment applies to all temperature ranges it measures and for the multiple applications for which it can be used.

              Can you see fish with thermal imaging? ›

              Unfortunately, thermal imaging will not help you see fish when you are fishing because fish are cold-blooded creatures whose temperature is not constant and depends on the water temperature.

              Can FLIR see through fog? ›

              Although thermal imaging cameras can see in total darkness, through light fog, light rain, and snow, the distance they can see is affected by these atmospheric conditions.

              Can FLIR detect water leaks? ›

              The FLIR E50bx is still the camera they use to identify internal rain leaks and intrusion paths, as well as to check repairs. The company conducts water intrusion tests before and after a repair, and can take more than 100 thermal images in the process.

              How far can a FLIR see? ›

              "Often, the first question that people interested in buying a thermal imaging camera ask is “How far can I see?” This is a very reasonable question to ask, but it defies any simple answer. All FLIR Systems thermal imaging cameras are able to see the sun which is more than 146 million kilometers away from Earth.

              How do soldiers avoid thermal imaging? ›

              Across the globe, the US Army is eyeing two new technological breakthroughs to avoid thermal imaging, with the help of US camouflage manufacturer Fibrotex. These are the Ultra-light Camouflage Netting System (ULCANS) and the Improved Ghillie System (IGS).

              Can you see fish with FLIR? ›

              Both FLIR and Iris offer handheld thermal scopes and fixed-mount cameras that network with multifunction displays. This technology can also help you find fish.

              Does the military use FLIR? ›

              Forward-looking infrared (FLIR) cameras, typically used on military and civilian aircraft, use a thermographic camera that senses infrared radiation.

              What's better for hunting thermal or night vision? ›

              Thermal scopes can easily detect animals or moving objects from a long distance whether it is day or night. Their detection is better than night vision scopes. Even in the roughest weather, they can help you see (except in extreme cold).

              Can a FLIR camera be tracked? ›

              ThermaTrak from FLIR, developed with GadgetTrak, employs recovery software that pinpoints the geographic location of the lost, stolen or missing infrared camera.

              Can infrared see through clothing? ›

              As Wired say: "But one odd side effect of infrared photography is that, in some cases, it can see right through clothing. Not always, and the clothes have to be pretty thin in the first place." The issue being that nowadays, the majority of high street clothes are indeed incredibly thin.

              Is it possible to hide from thermal imaging? ›

              A thick woolen blanket is a good variant to defeat the thermal imager. However, it is considered to be a quick temporary method of hiding infrared radiation. To block the heat, you just need to cover yourself with a blanket. Actually, the principle of hiding from a thermal imager is identical to a space blanket.

              Can you see deer antlers with thermal imaging? ›

              Typically, deer have antlers so the thermal should be able to definitively tell you that none of your deer have horns. With a thermal, you can see the antlers when they are growing in and there is blood running in them. When they stop growing and harden you most likely can't see them, especially at any distance.

              Do birds show up on thermal imaging? ›

              Thermal imaging, or infrared thermography, has been used in avian science since the 1960s. More than 30 species of birds, ranging in size from passerines to ratites, have been studied using this technology.

              Can thermal imaging see mold? ›

              Thermal imaging can not detect mold but can detect variations in temperatures behind walls, which assists in cold spots that can become potential moisture or water intrusion issues. Moisture meters are used after the hot and cold spots are found.

              Can thermal imaging see through ice? ›

              The test clearly showed that thermal imaging cameras are capable of detecting ice in total darkness and even during snowfall. In total darkness, the visual light of a search beam is reflected by the snowflakes, impeding vision.

              What material can block infrared? ›

              To trap infrared light, Jiang and colleagues turned to a unique material called black silicon, which is commonly incorporated into solar cells. Black silicon absorbs light because it consists of millions of microscopic needles (called nanowires) all pointing upward like a densely-packed forest.

              Can thermal imaging see underground? ›

              With the help of infrared thermal imaging cameras, history could be rewritten. History buffs using the cameras, which can scan objects as deep as 25 feet underground or find moisture seeping into walls, took images of the underground features left by the camp.

              Is there a camera that can see through drywall? ›

              The latest version of a 'sense through the wall' camera, developed by Israeli company Camero, can detect any object, wire, or even shallow breathing of a human, from a distance of over 50-meters (164 feet).

              Is there any device that can see through walls? ›

              The Xaver 1000 system up against a simulated wall at the Eurosatory 2022 defense exhibition. The Xaver 1000, developed by Israel's Camero Tech, is the latest in the company's line of “through wall imaging systems.” The Xaver line uses millimeter wave (MMW) radar, or radar in the range of 30 - 300 gigahertz.

              Can thermal imaging see through mud? ›

              As was shown through the infrared thermometer and night vision goggles, the mud on the forearm effectively blocked out most body-produced infrared heat to blend in with the mud background.
              ...
              PLASTIC COVER.
              PLASTIC COVER
              120 secondsMud-15°C
              Arm-24°C
              10 more rows
              10 Mar 2017

              Is there cameras that can see through walls? ›

              A new camera developed in Israel can see through walls, even from a distance of over 300 feet. "It can be used remotely from one apartment to another, inside a shelter, or an autonomous car," says Amir Beeri, managing director and founder of Camero to i24NEWS.

              Can a thermal camera see through clothes? ›

              Can Thermal imaging cameras see through clothing? No, thermal imaging cameras can detect the temperature of the cloth but will not see through it.

              Is there a camera that can see through people's clothes? ›

              There's a new camera so strong it can look through your clothes. Fujifilm have announced that it is releasing a new camera that, among it's many new features, can see through clothing. The new X-T1 IR has a new function that means it can "see" infrared light which we can't see with the naked eye.

              How can you tell if there is a hidden camera in the room? ›

              Turn on the flashlight and turn off the lights in your room. Pan the flashlight around the room. Go slowly and examine any suspicious positions from different angles. If you notice any reflective lights from an object, there might be a hidden camera there.

              Can a smartphone see through walls? ›

              How To Use Your Smartphone to See Through Walls! Superman's X-ray ...

              Can infrared camera see through curtains? ›

              Standard consumer camera drones cannot see through opaque window curtains; However, more advanced thermal cameras can detect human figures behind thin curtains.

              What blocks out thermal imaging? ›

              To reduce the probability of detection with a thermal imaging camera, it is necessary to eliminate or reduce heat radiation from your body. If you don't have a specialized uniform, the easiest way is to wear tight pants, a tight jacket, thick gloves, and a multi-layer balaclava.

              Can thermal imaging see mold? ›

              Thermal imaging can not detect mold but can detect variations in temperatures behind walls, which assists in cold spots that can become potential moisture or water intrusion issues. Moisture meters are used after the hot and cold spots are found.

              Can thermal imaging see snakes? ›

              Against the background of other objects, humans, animals, or cars have higher temperatures, and they show up more clearly on the device's screen. However, cold-blooded animals like snakes, for example, would be virtually impossible to detect with a thermal imager.

              How far can thermal imaging See? ›

              Detect Threats at Long Range

              Humans, animals and vehicles are typically warmer than their environment, providing a high contrast that allows for fast wide-angle detection of threats from a much further distance (sometimes up to 50km) than what can be achieved with optical imaging.

              Videos

              1. Flir M364C Unboxing
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              3. On the Water with the FLIR M364C Camera | KVR & FLIR | Maritime Thermal Night Vision | KVR Raymarine
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              4. The FLIR M300 Series Family Explained | Maritime Thermal Night Vision Cameras
              (Teledyne FLIR)
              5. Dont Buy the FLIR M364C Thermal Camera UNTIL YOU SEE THIS FIRST!!!
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              6. Webinar: Meet the FLIR M300-Series Cameras
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