That is probably the best advice I have seen in any of these IR threads, so far.
Don’t get so wrapped up in the camera and get more wrapped up in the applications, training and the marketing to get those jobs. Once you purchase a camera and get the proper training, another world of opportunity opens up for you.
As an example of what Mario is referring to, we had a customer buy a sub $7k camera about 6 months ago that landed a commercial roof job that added up to 1.5mil sq ft. He got .05c a square! He ended up buying a 640x480, super high (low) thermal sensitivity camera from us for that job. The job more than paid for it.
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