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5/26/2010

Video Borescope Provides Portable Inspection, Image Capture

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The Hawkeye Video Borescope from Gradient Lens is suited for visual inspection when portability and easy image capture are key factors.

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The Hawkeye Video Borescope from Gradient Lens is suited for visual inspection when portability and easy image capture are key factors. The scope delivers 5× higher image quality than fiber-optic borescopes and is more durable, the company says. Each fully portable two- or four-way scope is equipped with a video monitor and light source.
 
Hawkeye Pro Videoscopes are available with diameters of either 4 or 6 mm and have flexible tungsten sheaths. They are available in lengths of 1.5, 2.0 and 3.0 m as well as custom lengths ranging to 6.0 m.

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