This pocket thermal camera helps you see in the dark

The next time I find myself camping in the Sahara surrounded by lions, I’m going to wish I had a FLIR Scout TK on me. It’s a monocular thermal camera shaped like a cartoon bomb and easily usable in one hand; it picks up objects based on heat, so you can see animals even when obscured by foliage, or footprints normally invisible to the eye.

Here’s what this can look like:

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