Scott™ X380 Thermal Imaging Camera Five Button


  • Incorporating standard features such as hot-spot tracker, cold-spot tracker, and digital zoom, the five-button X380 thermal imager also provides on-demand DVR for recording footage and image capture that takes a snapshot of the scene when the DVR is not running. The image freeze feature allows for quick inspection of tight quarters such as attics and crawl spaces — activate, review, then return to normal operation.

    Hot-Spot Tracker
    Immediately identify the hottest part of the scene and display its relative temperature. Ideal for overhaul, search and rescue, and risk assessment.

    Cold-Spot Tracker
    Immediately identify the coldest part of the scene and display its relative temperature. Ideal for hazmat environments.

    High-Resolution Detection
    See more with high pixel resolution (384 x 288).

    Pixel-to-Pixel Mapping
    Get an accurate representation of the scene with the pixel-to-pixel mapping feature that ensures every pixel is represented on the viewing screen.

    Tactical Color
    As the temperature increases, colors grow in intensity from gray, yellow, orange, to red. Transparent color capability enables firefighters to see structure through the colorization.

    Intelligent Focus
    See an object in clear detail, automatically. No turning knobs or throwing switches. Switch between high and low temperatures by placing the cross hairs on the object you wish to measure.

    Lightweight Design
    At only 2.5 pounds, the X-Series of cameras are some of the lightest thermal imagers on the market today. The pistol-grip handle is easy to hold with gloved hands.


    • Highest resolution at 384 x 288
    • Full-size 3.5” LCD
    • Exclusive hot- and cold-spot tracker
    • Intelligent focus
    • 2x and 4x digital zoom
    • Transparent colorization
    • Direct spot temperature readout
    • Laser pointer
    • Image freeze
    • On-demand DVR
    • Image capture (snapshot)