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Why is the thermal image in the GPS so different from that in the display monitor?


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Okay I will take a bet on what you are talking about here:
You are refering to the differens between the gunners GPS thermal view and the tank commanders thermal view in vehicles like M1A2, Leopard 2A5/Strv122 etc right?

If yes its because the thermal camera on the tank commanders view is newer then the gunners thermal by like 20-30 years or so, its an addon on a older vehicle so to say.

 

IF that is not what you are refering to you really need to add some more info in your post.

/KT

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15 minutes ago, Kingtiger said:

If yes its because the thermal camera on the tank commanders view is newer then the gunners thermal by like 20-30 years or so,

Even with the same thermal camera, is the image better on the LCD monitor than in the GPS?

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31 minutes ago, F.T said:

Even with the same thermal camera, is the image better on the LCD monitor than in the GPS?

Again, what are you talking about? What vehicle, what monitor? ....dude provide some context, we can not mindread.  Or better even: Make a screenshot aand show us what your point is.

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17 minutes ago, Grenny said:

Ok , so you are talking about the gunners sight, and the sight extension and the Leo2A5. But that is not "better" on the TCs sight extension....or how do you define "better"?

 

On the monitor, you can see more detail , and the image flickers less.

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