The higher end of the range includes FLIR’s M364C ($20,500), which uses both a high-definition, low-light daylight camera (with the same 30x optical zoom and 12x digital zoom as the M300C), and a Boson 640 thermal camera core and a 24-degree field of view. In addition, the M364C boasts FLIR’s Color Thermal Vision which, blends the video feeds from the camera’s HD visible-color video and its thermal-imaging camera to yield enhanced definition and identification of targets at night. For example, red or green buoys or running lights appear red or green, respectively, onscreen. The camera also features FLIR’s MSX technology, which borrows edges and borders from the camera’s visible-color video and blends this information with the camera’s thermal-imaging sensor to improve an operator’s ability to identify objects at a distance. Finally, the dual-payload M364C LR ($29,500) offers similar features but with an 18-degree field of view, which gives it better long-range performance.