The M60 is the most advanced series built around the Mile technology, featuring an impressive 640×512, 12µm, <35mK NETD thermal sensor and exceptionally wide objectives, alongside PIXFRA's advanced image processing algorithms that work to provide a vivid thermal picture. The 1280x960 viewfinder provides a fantastic representation of the view, while the adjustable dioptre and four colour pallets (White Hot, Black Hot, Iron Red, and Alarm) allow the user to tailor the experience to personal comfort and prevailing conditions. The long-life battery provides up to 6hrs of operation (temperature dependant), and offers th option to add an external power source for longer periods. Weighing in at less than 450g and IP67 rates, meaning that it is entirely dust proof, can be immersed in water less than a meter deep for up to half an hour, and can survive a 2m drop test, it is a perfect companion for travelling naturalists who are in need of some high-quality thermal imaging technology.
The Mile M60 series comes with an inbuilt stadiometric rangefinder, allowing for accurate distance measurements to inform decisions made in the field. It also features a WiFi module that can be used to view the feed via a smartphone, and can even be connected to multiple devices for group viewing via the free PIXFRA app. Video and images can be recorded onto an SD card (not included), with a maximum card capacity of 256GB.
The M60 series includes two models.
Mile M60-B18 (18mm lens)
The M60-B18 features an 18mm f1.0 objective lens with a 24.0°x19.4° and native magnification of 1.06x. With a 900m range, it is a great choice for those looking for the M60 series' superior performance but need a wider field of view than it the B-25 can provide.
Mile M60-B25 (25mm lens)
The most advanced model in the Mile range, the M60-B25 features a best-in-class 25mm f1.0 objective lens for exceptional image quality, a 18.0°x13.5° field of view, 1.47x native magnification, and remarkable 1240m range, making it a great companion for serious naturalists and wildlife watchers looking to view their sightings at range.
Mile M60-B18 (18mm lens):
Mile M60-B25 (25mm lens):