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The com­pact, fixed­mount new M132 and M232 ther­mal-imag­ing cam­eras from FLIR of­fer 320x240 res­o­lu­tion, 2x dig­i­tal zoom, and prices that put these sys­tems within bud­get for many boaters. The M132 ($2,495) fea­tures an ad­justable tilt cam­era, while the M232 ($3,495) of­fers both ad­justable tilt and pan.

These cam­eras can also au­to­mat­i­cally iden­tify ob­jects that pose a col­li­sion threat. When net­worked with a Ray­ma­rine Ax­iom or Ax­iom Pro mul­ti­func­tion dis­play, the FLIR Clear Cruise IR an­a­lyt­ics iden­tify ob­sta­cles such as boats and nav­i­ga­tion mark­ers that en­ter the 24-by-18-de­gree field of view and alert the cap­tain to them.

This means you don’t have to con­stantly stare at the dis­play to stay safe at night. The Clear Cruise can also run in the back­ground, so you don’t even need to have FLIR imag­ing on the dis­play to re­ceive alerts. Each cam­era is around 6 pounds and mea­sures 9.03 inches tall by 6.34 inches in di­am­e­ter.

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