Thermal imaging cameras see through darkness and ignore visual camouflage. Tools for detecting wildlife have evolved a lot in the last century. Binoculars are now quite commonly used throughout the world, followed by light amplifying nighttime vision systems that can be used to spot animals at night.
Unlike all other nighttime vision systems thermal imaging cameras need no light whatsoever to produce a clear image. Many animals are mostly active at night, using the cover of darkness to remain undetected, but they will not be able to hide in the dark any longer if you have a FLIR Scout TS-Series handheld thermal imaging camera. All warm blooded animals will show up clearly in the thermal image, in total darkness and in practically all weather conditions.
The FLIR H handheld imager is ideal for all nightfilming applications where observing and tracking in darkness are required.