First Look: Zeiss DTI 3/25 Thermal Imaging Camera

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posted on January 19, 2022
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Zeiss has released the DTI 3/25, its second thermal imaging camera developed especially for hunting. With a focal length of 25 mm, it offers an enlarged field of view of 26 meters at a range of 100 meters and provides a decisive advantage when hunting in wooded areas. “With the addition of the DTI 3/25, we are expanding our product line to include another thermal imaging camera that provides a view in total darkness, especially at close range,” says Tammo Lüken, head of category management hunting at Zeiss .

DTI 325 Eyepiece and Light

The optics deliver highly detailed images, allowing hunters to accurately identify their target. The high-resolution HD LCOS display combined with a 0.5 zoom increments delivers detailed images for reliable spotting.

The triangular button layout and the specific arrangement of the buttons on the Zeiss DTI thermal cameras allow the controls to be identified quickly and accurately, even in the dark, or with gloves on in cold conditions. Whether right or left-handed, the DTI 3 family offers simple and intuitive operation in a natural and ergonomic way for a successful hunt.

DTI 325 Buttons

Both the Zeiss DTI 3/35 and the new DTI 3/25 thermal imaging cameras can be connected to the Zeiss Hunting app via Wi-Fi to manage and share photos and videos, as well as livestream hunting experiences. The latest firmware is already installed and unlocks additional features, such as improved focusing thanks to contrast enhancement (Contrast Boost), and a focus frame, picture-in-picture mode. These features are complemented by an LED screen that can be switched off manually, and an extended battery life of 10 hours.

For more information, please visit zeiss.com.

DTI 325 Front View on white

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