Forventet levering september 2020
The new ZEISS DTI 3/35 The most exciting hunting moments often occur after sunset – when the shadows of the night offer game natural camouflage. ZEISS is launching a thermal imaging camera: The ZEISS DTI 3/35. It is especially developed for hunting and delivers extremely detailed images, allowing hunters to identify game reliably.
Outlines become blurred. Instincts are awakened, sounds and smells are perceived more clearly. Every crack, no matter how quiet, causes a rush of adrenaline. The tension builds. Many hunters are gripped by the thrill of the chase – especially when a wild boar comes into view. At the same time, accurately identifying game can be a challenge, as the distinguishing features specific to each species are not clearly visible in the dark. The boar piglets sometimes remain hidden in the vegetation.
The newly developed DTI 3/35 thermal imaging camera from ZEISS achieves the seemingly impossible: it sees details that remain hidden from the human eye. This makes hunting at night even more fascinating and simultaneously increases the chances of success. Whether for game observation and stalking or for faster and more accurate identification – the innovative technology gives hunters a considerable advantage in the forest and fields at night. Heat sources can also be reliably detected over long distances and large areas.
Innovative ErgoControl Concept Stalking at night requires a high level of concentration from the hunter. Where to place the next step in order to make as little noise as possible, without seeing the ground. Identifying the next tree or bush that is suitable to use as cover. It takes a lot of effort and concentration to do this right. The last thing a hunter needs, is an additional distraction caused by the equipment. For instance, pressing a wrong button on your thermal imaging camera can mean loosing the few seconds of opportunity and possibly missing the chance to be successful.
Therefore, the triangular button layout of the ZEISS DTI 3/35, combined with a destictive button shape ensures intuitive operation of the device. No matter if you are in complete darkness or wearing gloves.
Maximize your Hunting Success Expertise from decades spent perfecting hunting in the darkness and at night is now concentrated in the first thermal imaging camera. The ZEISS DTI 3/35 delivers unique hunting experiences and unforgettable moments, even under the most adverse lighting conditions. Its ergonomic design and the intelligent arrangement of the control buttons make the device exceptionally easy to handle and its operation extremely intuitive. The high-resolution HD LCOS display delivers detailed images – even in total darkness. Transfer data from the thermal imaging camera directly to a smartphone using WiFi and the ZEISS Hunting App. You can record your hunting experiences or view in a live stream. As a result, the device opens up a completely new world of hunting for the user!
The Specialist for Difficult Lighting Conditions ZEISS has been making advancements in the world of optics for over 170 years and plays a pioneering role in many respects – including in hunting and especially when observing under difficult lighting conditions. For example, ZEISS was not only the first company to introduce a riflescope with adjustable magnification and attachable reticle illumination (1921), but also played a leading role in the development of an illuminated reticle suitable for twilight (1990).
The ZEISS Diavari was the first riflescope of its kind to feature LEDs that shine laterally into the glass reticle. The invention of anti-reflective coatings by Professor Smakula (1935), the introduction of the Victory Varipoint models with the groundbreaking illuminated red dot for day and night use (1998), and the HT riflescopes and binoculars (2012) with a revolutionary 95% light transmission are just a few of the technological milestones ZEISS has achieved over its long history that revolutionized flexible observation by day and night.
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Brendvidde 35 mm Bildehastighet (Frame rate) 50 Hz Display oppløsning 1280 x 960 pixels Rekkevidde ~ 1235 m (person ved Johnson’s metode) Synsfelt på 100 m 19 m Optisk forstørrelse 2,5 Maks. digital zoom 4x Zoom trinn 0,5x trinn: 1,0x - 4,0x Interfaces USB-C: Deling + Data | WLAN: Data Intern hukommelse 8 GB Video / Foto / Live stream Ja Video / Foto oppløsning 384 x 288 Forbindelse til andre apparater ZEISS Hunting App eller USB-C Vekt 450 g