HIKMICRO Lynx Pro LH25.
“The LH25 picked up rabbits very clearly more than 200m away, something others struggled with” – Review: Straight Shooting
HIKMICRO is one of the largest thermal imaging producers in the world. Thermal imaging cameras such as the OWL35 have already convinced in the past with a good price-performance ratio. Now the handy Lynx 25 from HIKMICRO has been available since the end of 2020. It has a 25mm, manually focusable front lens and a 384×288 pixel VOx sensor. This is equipped with a pixel pitch of 12 μ. The image is clear and the edges are sharply demarcated.
The LCOS display, on the other hand, is quite large with 1280×960 pixels, which makes watching very pleasant. It has a permanently installed battery that supplies the device with power for up to 7.5 hours at a time. The detection range is 1200m. As a result, the device is not only very helpful in the forest when hunting, but also in the field, it can be used sensibly. The field of view is 19m wide at 100m. Accurate response, whether red or wild boar is possible up to a distance of 290m. The Lynx 25 can be used to record photos and videos. These are recorded on the internal 8 GB memory. Via WLAN you can connect the device to your mobile phone and control it via an app (T-Vision)
Acknowledgement: Geartester, https://www.geartester.de/berichte/hikmicro-lynx-pro-lh25
- 384 × 288 resolution, 12 μm, high sensitivity detector
- Adaptive AGC, DDE, 3D DNR, NETD less than 35 mk (@25°C), F#=1.0
- 1280 × 960 resolution 10.1 mm LCOS display
- Built-in rechargeable lithium battery
- Up to 7.5 hours continuous running
- Wi-Fi hot spot
- Type-C Interface