Built for premium sport fishing and offshore cruising yachts, the FLIR M400‘s advanced high-resolution thermal sensor and optical zoom lens deliver crisp thermal video images in total darkness and lowlight conditions. Leave before dawn or stay out all night. The M400 gives Captains the confidence to navigate with complete confidence.
M400’s thermal camera has a 4X optical zoom and 4X digital zoom that makes distant targets easy to identify. During daytime or in lowlight, the M400’s visible light camera really impresses with its 30X optical zoom. Even at full magnification distant targets appear sharp and stable because of M400’s standard gyro-stabilization.
In addition to thermal and optical sensors the M400 is also fitted with a high-intensity LED spotlight that is precision-aligned with both cameras. This allows you to sight a distant object with either camera, and when needed, illuminate it with tight beam of bright white light. Its perfect for confirming the position of navigation aids or letting someone know they’re being watched. The tight spotbeam lights up only what its pointed at without impacting the night vision of your crew or other nearby vessels.
M400 is ready to integrate with popular navigation electronics. View and control the camera on multifunction displays from Raymarine, Furuno, Garmin or Simrad. You can pan, tilt and zoom the camera from your MFD or use its included joystick controller for precise control from anywhere. M400 can also be integrated with many radar and navigation systems allowing the thermal camera to follow tracked radar contacts or slew to the next waypoint on a route to clear the track line.
The M400 can also be integrated with many vessel monitoring systems and security monitor networks. Video over IP and Ethernet integration allow M400 to be accessed, viewed and controlled from anywhere.
The deluxe M400XR model also adds video tracking capability. Use the joystick or MFD to designate an object of interest in the display. M400’s tracker will automatically pan and tilt the camera to keep that object in view until it disappears over the horizon.