• Focal length: 25mm • Aperture: f/1.0 • Field of view at 100 m (109.4yds): 18 m (59 ft) • Objective viewing angle: 11° x 8° • Range: 1320 m (1443 yd) • Sensor resolution: 384 x 288 • Maximum digital zoom: 4x • Internal memory: 8GB • Operating temperature: −10°C | +50°C (+14 °F | +122°F) • Length x width x height: 175 x 57 x 62 mm (6.9 x 2.2 x 2.4") • Weight: 360g (0.79 lbs) For curious night owls. Light and compact observation The ZEISS DTI 1 offers excellent value for those seeking a lightweight and compact companion. It combines ease of use with a compact design and is agile, handy and reliable at the same time. Its simple and intuitive operation makes it the ideal choice for enthusiastic observers who are curious about new experiences.
At short distances, the ZEISS DTI 1/25 with a range of 1,320 meters ensures that heat sources can be detected reliably over expansive fields, making it perfect for observations in rural areas.
ZEISS Quality at An Entry-Level Price The ZEISS DTI 1 combines easy handling with low weight: simple and intuitive operation makes the thermal imaging camera the perfect entry-level model into the world of thermal imaging allowing you to enhance your nature experience – for more discoveries at night and during the day.
Easy Operation The optimised shape of the housing makes the grip ergonomic and operation intuitive for both right-handed and left-handed users. The intelligent button arrangement and its optimised shape makes controlling the device intuitive.
Transition Zoom Especially when viewing a swarm of birds, it is easy to lose sight of the animal being viewed when jumping the zoom level. Observe your target in 4 × magnification, uninterrupted, and without jerkiness – the Transition Zoom allows you to keep a constant eye on the bird you are observing.
Three Observation Modes for Every Situation Different environmental situations require a different instrument setting. The DTI 1 has three pre-programmed observation modes: universal, detect and fog. Detection mode, for example, highlights heat sources even more while reducing the cold background. This allows you to see animals behind trees and bushes better than before.
Customisable Settings Nature observation can be a very individual activity. The new DTI's now offer the ability to select exactly which colour modes are active and which are not, so you only need to click through the ones you want to use. The same applies to the zoom level setting. Now you can limit the maximum zoom level to your liking.
Hot Tracking In 'Hot Tracking' mode, the warmest source in the image is framed with a red square. Finding heat sources in densely overgrown areas and tracking them is therefore easier.
Picture-in-Picture (PIP) The picture-in-picture function of the ZEISS DTI allows overlying the zoomed image on the visual image. This feature helps to keep sight of the animal you are observing in zoom mode, even when it makes sudden movements.
High Frame Rate The ZEISS DTI cameras featuring a display frame rate of 50 Hz. This refers to the number of times per second your monitor can redraw the screen. A higher display frame rate results in decreased flickering of the image, thereby reducing eye strain when using for several hours at a time.
8 Different Colour Modes ZEISS thermal imaging cameras offer 8 different colour modes, so you can choose the setting that best fits your needs. "Black hot" and "white hot" deliver images with a high level of contrast. When observing in areas with vast vegetation, "red hot" allows for a fast detection of heat sources. The colour mode "rainbow" is ideal for identifying the smallest differences in temperature. In addition, four colour modes have been redesigned to reduce the glare of the screen in a dark environment and reduce eye strain. "Red Hue" mode more easily adjusts your eyes to the darkness. "Dark Hue" is easier on your eyes by using low luminescence colours. "Green Hue" shows plenty of detail at low screen brightness, and "Night Eye" highlights the warmest areas of the thermal image in a pleasant sepia tone.