Low Gain mode vs High Gain mode in thermal imaging camera for fire service

Bullard thermal imaging cameras have automatic gain adjustment systems, thus the firefighter does not have to concern himself with adjustments. When it comes to 150C or 300F, it is auto-shift from high gain to low gain with the small green box and triangle shown in the display screen's upper left-hand corner. Now, your task is to search for victims. Which mode will easily help you? Watch the video (Trainer): Manfred Kihn, a 19-year veteran of the fire service. He has served as a firefighter, captain, and fire chief, as well as an ambulance officer. Tool: Bullard Thermal Imaging Cameras for fire service https://bit.ly/BullardThermalImaging. Learn more TI Training: https://bit.ly/TIC-Training #ThermalImaging #FireService

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