This is my first post on here, so please be gentle with me... I recently bought an ex-military thermal imaging system from an MOD disposal auction via a surplus dealer. It finally arrived a couple of days ago on a courier van, so now I need to find out a bit more about it. I originally posted this request on my most-frequently haunted shooting website, and one of the forces lads on there suggested that I come over here and ask - I hope that's OK with you guys! The label on the side gives the unit number and serial number, but the space for the NSN is blank. It's been suggested that this may mean that it was a prototype and that it was never put into service. Here are some photos: Left side: http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i2...ermal_0005.jpg Right side: http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i2...ermal_0007.jpg From the rear: http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i2...ermal_0008.jpg Top side: http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i2...ermal_0006.jpg Underside: http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i2...ermal_0009.jpg I do a lot of fox shooting for local farmers (mostly protection of lambs and poultry). I already have a small TI - it's a Solo TI S2 Integrated, but if I can get this one going, I'd like to get it mounted on the roof of my Defender with a remote viewing screen inside so that I can scan larger areas. The labels tell me that it's a 'Pilkington Optronics Imager Thermal Lite'. What I'd like most is a copy of an operating manual, but in the absence of that, the main things I'd like to know are: The pin-outs for the socket hidden behind the cover on the left side, just above the right-most pound coin. What the three buttons on the lens assembly do. I assume they're focus and zoom? What the TV output signal is - I assume it's either PAL or NTSC? Once I've looked at it further I'll probably have more questions - but that's enough for now! Any help would be most appreciated!