Seek Thermal XR, a Thermal Camera Accessory with Extra Range

4 May


Seek Thermal has released the Seek XR, an extended range version of its thermal camera accessory designed to be used with Apple iOS and Google Android smartphones or tablets. The new extra range model is created with outdoor enthusiasts in mind, allowing people to literally see heat, making it possible to spot people and animals in total darkness. For hunters, the Seek XR can be used in daylight, the dark, or in obscured visibility conditions. It’s useful for scouting, blood trailing, hunting game, and much more. The new Seek XR has a manual focus lens for viewing objects at close range, or at distances of up to 2,000 feet or around 610 meters.


Specification wise the next Seek Thermal XR is identical to the standard version of the thermal imaging accessory, the only difference being the lens used on the two models. The long range XR version comes with a manually adjustable focusing lens and a reduced field of view of 20 degrees as opposed to the fixed focus lens and the 36 degree FOV of the standard Seek Thermal version. According to the manufacturer the XR model is ideal for Hunters, Boaters, Campers, Electrical Engineers and anyone looking for increased home security can detect intruders from nearly up to about 2 thousand feet away. As with the original Seek Thermal accessory the new XR model is available in a version designed for iOS as well as for Android with a price of $299 USD as opposed the $50 USD cheaper standard model that is available for $249 USD.

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1 Response to Seek Thermal XR, a Thermal Camera Accessory with Extra Range


August 3rd, 2016 at 14:13

The Camera itself is good, assuming it will work with your Mobile Phone and finding a compatable phone is, to say the least hit and miss.
Howeverthe New app that downloaded yesterday can only be described as truly appauling.
It is vastly over complicated and fills your smartphone with huge quantities of pure crap , mostly praising the device rather than making it work well and efficiantly.
On balance I would say avoid this product and buy one of the many dedicated thermal imaging devices that are now on the market at a reasonable price.

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