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    Axion XM30S

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    The Axion XM30S is a handheld thermal thermal imaging camera that is very suitable for nightlife detection. It is a smaller, more compact thermal imaging camera than Pulsar's Helion series and therefore has a smaller field of view. Despite that, you can use the Axion XM30S perfectly for larger animals, including a variety of mammals that move around at night. But also to count birds at dusk or at night.

    For the detection of bats we recommend the FLIR Scion OTM266.

    The Axion XM30S also features various advanced innovations such as a Wi-Fi connection, 50 Hz refresh rate and up to 1,300 meters of detection. The memory capacity is 16GB so you can film and record at the same time.

    The lightweight housing and small model make the Axion XM30S a very ergonomic camera.


    Magnification:4.5 – 18
    Objective Lens Diameter:30 mm
    Field of view (HxV), degrees / m @ 100 m
    7.3x5.5 / 12.8x9.6
    Battery Type:
    Li-Ion Battery Pack APS3
    Battery Life:4+ hours
    Length:143 mm
    Width:41 mm
    Height:69 mm
    Refresh Rate:50 Hz
    Weight:250 g
    Range of Detection:1300 m
    Water Resistance Level:IPX-7

    Contents of package:

    • Axion XM30S
    • APS 3 battery pack
    • USB cable
    • Wrist strap
    • Lens cloth
    • Protective and carrying cover



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