640x512 Thermal Resolution. EVO II Dual incorporates a FLIR Boson thermal imaging sensor with resolutions up to 640x512, enabling the EVO II Dual's pilot to capture subjects with great detail from up to 146 meters, 4x farther than any aircraft of its class.
The thermal image is integrated into the standard RGB image at the same time. This allows the user to obtain both visual and thermal data at the same time and allows for easier positioning and subject tracking.
10 color palettes for maximum efficiency in all viewing conditions
EVO II Dual supports up to 10 thermal palettes to cope with a variety of complex shooting environment and mission scenarios.
WHITE HOT: displays warmer objects in white and cooler objects in black.
BLACK HOT: the inverted version of White Hot, displaying warmer objects as black and cooler objects as white.
RAINBOW: general purpose palette that uses a wide range of color to display temperature differences.
RAINBOW HC: uses different colors to display minute temperature differences, Rainbow HC is best suited for scenes with minimal heat change.
IRONBOW: quickly identifies thermal anomalies and body heat, Ironbow uses color to show heat distribution and subtle details.
LAVA: displays warmer objects in red and cooler objects in blues.
ARCTIC: displays warmer objects in yellow and cooler objects in blue.
GLOWBOW: displays warmer objects in yellow and cooler objects in red.
GRADED FIRE: displays warmer objects in white and cooler objects in black. The hottest temperatures are displayed in yellow, the coldest in purple.
HOTTEST: displays warmer objects in white and cooler objects in black. Only the hottest temperatures are displayed in yellow.
30Hz Refresh rate
The fast frame rate of the FLIR Boson thermal camera ensures smooth monitoring of any subject without the stuttering sometimes associated with slower frame rate thermal cameras.