AGM ASP Micro TM384 budget thermal spotter

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AGM ASP Micro TM384 budget thermal spotter

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Hello All,
Just wanted to post some info about a nice piece of thermal kit I've been testing the past week.
I bought one of these TM384 units for a friend a month ago, but didn't get to test it like this one.
Price to me was just less than $1,300 shipped.
I also bought the 160 unit to do a comparison, as I wanted to see how it looked in person.
The 160 was under $500 shipped and the return policy was very lenient, so It was a no brainer.
I ended up returning the 160.
It's a great price for a thermal, but it's very limited in it's range of use, so away it went
On the other hand, the 384 is a keeper.
It's a great thermal for detecting anything hot at close, short + medium ranges. 10 - 500 yards.
While you couldn't Id at the longer ranges, it'll let you know there's something out there.
This is the perfect unit to get, If your looking to dip your toes into the thermal pool.
If I didn't have two spotters already, I would buy one and I still may buy one if the price dips a little lower.

Pro's ;
Price
Size/Weight
Records video and still images
Color Pallets
Hot Spot feature
Wifi
Sleep mode
Helmet mountable

Con's ;
Internal battery
Flimsy Obj lens cover

Here's a few videos I took last night.
Even with 60% humidity, it still worked amazing.
Recorded content doesn't look as good as what you see in the display.
This is a doe at 60 yards.
https://youtu.be/tP1mjATCgEw
This is a pair of bedded deer at around 325 yards across a snow covered ball field. Color pallets tested.
https://youtu.be/tCeXdDmaWNA
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Re: AGM ASP Micro TM384 budget thermalspotter

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That's not bad for the money at all, things keep getting better and better every few months.
I'm soft and I don't care. :dance:

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Re: AGM ASP Micro TM384 budget thermal spotter

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Here's pic's from the TM-384 of a small female coyote and some Deer at over 200 yards on 2x pwr that I was tracking on my way out of the woods.
I had the 384 out for over 5 hours of continuous use in 30 degree weather (Wi-Fi/hot spot off) and it had plenty of battery left to go a lot more.
+1 for this thermal.
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