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    AGA FLIR 780 782 Thermovision Thermal Imaging System

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    • AGA FLIR 780 782 Thermovision Thermal Imaging System

    AGA FLIR 780 782 Thermovision Thermal Imaging System

    Part Number: sku5629
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    Product Description

    This is a liquid nitrogen cooled infrared thermal imaging system made by AGA, in fact, the first thermal imaging camera for the military was developed in Sweden in 1958 by AGA (AGFA), today known as Flir Systems.

    The unit is close to a 9.5! It is in excellent condition internally and externally, all be it slightly old. The CRT is bright and the unit is made with the same quality as aerospace grade aircraft instruments. All the internal wiring is silver coated teflon wire, all boards look untouched. I was very surprised concerning the high quality construction overall. In real life the screen looks better than in the photos because it was hard to get the camera to focus sharp up close, plus there a bit of bloom in the photo.

      You will receive all the pieces in the photos which includes;

    • AGA Thermovision 780 Scanner SW Cat. No. 556 192 138 with Leather Case
    • AGA Thermovision 782 Portable Display Cat. No. 556 192 336 with Leather Case
    • Agema Thermovision Power Supply / Charger Unit Cat. No. 556 192 575
    • (Line Voltage: 100-120-220-240V +/-10% 50-60 Hz ~ 70VA)
    • Agema Thermovision Polaroid Camera Back 107 Type No. 556 191 423
    • Agema Thermovision Photo Light Shade Cat. No. 556 192 097
    • Rubber Eye "cup"
    • Leather Case (not sure what it is for)
    • Tool / Parts Kit
    • Hardshell Briefcase with Keys
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    NOTE: We don't have film so we could NOT test the camera as we don't have film and you'll have to supply your own liquid nitrogen. "



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