The camera is in good working order. As I mentioned it has never been dropped and all the controls operate as designed. It has given me excellent and trouble free service. You can check out some pics I took this morning of the camera. I tried taking pics of the camera in operation but they aren’t especially useful.
To update the package.
The TiR1 camera
The carrying cases both hard and soft
The card reader with usb cable
2 GB memory card
Software CD (But you’ll end up downloading the most recent I would suspect)
Battery charger (after market). The original charger got left on a job and I needed one now. A bit of research lead me to an acceptable alternative (proper voltage and output) available at Radio Shack. I’ve been using that for 6 months with no issues
What is missing. I can’t find the book. I haven’t used it since I got the camera and now can’t lay my hands on it. But the manual is available for free download from Fluke so this isn’t a major issue.
If you want to read more specs on the camera check out Fluke website at http://us.fluke.com/fluke/usen/Thermal-Imaging/Fluke-TiR1.htm?PID=56192
One feature that has been a real benefit to me is the ability to record an audio for the shot. No need to try and remember what you thought about conditions. Just make a recording that you can listen to back in the office. Very helpful and a great feature of this camera.
I know that 4500 is a great price. My interest once having decided to sell the unit is to get the deal done. I’m not in the camera business and making the deal happen quickly is my goal. Hence a sharp price.