First Look: Zeiss DTI 3/35 Thermal Imaging Camera

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posted on January 4, 2021
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Toward the end of last year, Zeiss announced the release of its DTI 3/35 thermal imaging camera, designed specifically for hunting. It combines a high-resolution display that delivers detailed images, with a well-balanced, ergonomic design. 

The buttons are arranged for quick and accurate identification, even through gloves in the cold and dark conditions often encountered on a hunt. Even the manual zoom has been designed to accommodate difficult conditions. With its adjustment in 0.5X increments, the digital 1.0X-4.0X zoom offers a balance between magnification and detail recognition. This feature allows the user to quickly switch between zoom levels. Whether it is for game observation and detection, or accurate identification, selecting the necessary zoom level is made easy and reliable.

In terms of visual features, the DTI 3/35 is based around a manual-focus F1.0 lens, which contributes to the detailed resolution of its 384X288 sensor. Finally, the image results on its LCOS HD display are unlike anything ZEISS has ever produced for the night hunter.

Using the ZEISS Hunting app, hunters can transfer and share data, photos, and videos from the thermal imaging camera to a smartphone via cable or WLAN and even live-stream their hunting adventures.

For more information on the DTI 3/35, please visit zeiss.com. Average Store Price: $2,999.99

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