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Member Since: December 24, 2009

Country: United States

  • I say that because the Apache helicopter uses a mirror that is constantly spinning in front of the imager to keep the image from bleeding. It also makes the imager to appear to have more resolution than it does. Was what I was thinking about this one. If you had a mirror that would sweep and reflect the image into this thing, it should have a larger field of view and appear to have more resolution.

  • I wonder what they do to avoid a stagnant screen image where the flir saturates the whole screen due to there not being enough change in the imager? Maybe switching?

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