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    FLIR C-2 for treasure hunting ?

    Anyone here using it ? https://www.flir.com/products/c2/?cr...YaAtKHEALw_wcB
    Thinking it would work great in high undergrowth areas where swinging a M.D. is hard.

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    FLIR C-2 for treasure hunting ?
    Anyone here using it ?
    I've thought about using it to locate acess to caves and voids.

    My thinking is that it may show either warmer or cooler air venting from underground.


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    thanks SanMan
    Also wondering what kind of 'depth' it would produce while hunting beaches for coins,jewelry etc. ?

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    info on the C2 here also it came down in 4 years from $700.00 to $450.00
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    NOBODY... is using this

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    The 2nd image was shot with a FLIR E-4. The first is the cave entrance shot with my camera. Yes, IR is excellent for cave detection, right down to just a warm spot in the soil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTR View Post
    thanks SanMan
    Also wondering what kind of 'depth' it would produce while hunting beaches for coins,jewelry etc. ?
    Not sure what you are expecting unless you are thinking that the sun would heat the sand more or less than things buried in it.

 

 

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