Dedicated to Performance

  • Designed to match critical video camera requirements
  • Bright, sharp, uniform images
  • Superior visual performance
  • Greater edge illumination

Choice of Viewing Heads

Series 123000 Rigid Borescopes lead the industry with the clearest optical images, the most
innovative features, and the greatest cost-effective, top quality dependability on the market
today. Thousands of variations offering many exceptional advances.

Boroscopio Rígido

Right Angle Viewing Tip

Forward Viewing Tip with
Right Angle Mirror Sleeve

Forward Viewing Tip


With a fixed line of sight (LOS) and fixed field of view (FOV), ITI's Standard Rigid
includes range focus and illumination fibers. Choose from either eyepiece, camera C-mount
or both with our interchangeable design.

Orbital Scan (Pan) 

Complete panoramic examinations can be conducted with minimum effort. The ITI Orbital Scan rotates 375° around the axis of the borescope without rotation of the fiber cable; plus, the camera rotates with the probe for correct video orientation.

Axial Scan (Tilt) 

Axial Scan acts as three-scopes-in-one with panoramic illumination to fully cover the total viewing area. In-line with the borescope probe, the scan allows viewing from 40° (FO) LOS to 125° (RO) quickly and efficiently.


Unlike other instruments with zoom eyepieces that result in FALSE magnification and loss of apparent illumination, only ITI offers a true 4X zoom borescope with dependable, exact performance. In low power it provides 40° FOV for orientation. In high power, it zooms to 10° FOV for critical inspection: thus offering a true zoom objective with a 4X change in FOV with a constant f/#. Magnification, therefore, is real. Performance, therefore is unequaled.


ITI's Scan/Zoom option combines the features of a variable Axial Scan with the
features of a variable FOV (Zoom). Scan in low power for overall coverage, zoom to high power for high-resolution detail examination. This unique dual-capability offers the best of the best all in one superior borescope.