It is my understanding (from the first generations) that the device has it’s own battery.
That is still the Achilles Heal in my opinion. How do you change these batteries when they go bad? Buy a new Flir One? It would be cheaper…
I just ordered two new batteries for my T-400 yesterday. On my third set of two and I own 3 thermal cameras… All have new replacement batteries…
I like that the fixed the USB connection so you can use a phone cover.
The increased resolution only happens if you take the scan (not while looking around with it).
Mentioned that there are “tuning adjustments”. Not that any one of you “adjust your camera”.
I signed up for one to find shot deer when hunting or see what my dogs are raising hell about in the back yard. I’ll give you my opinion when is get my hands on one.
If you can afford $400 for something that may last 2 years to help you see that hot air is coming out of a heat register, an electric water heater with two operating elements, if the oven works, etc… (you know, things you will find out anyway through observation and other testing) it may be a worthwhile investment.
It is still a 120 pixel res (BCam equivalent), with only .18 sensitivity vs. 0.035 of what I normally use. But still:
The detector array shall be at least 120 by 120 pixels.
The thermal sensitivity (noise equivalent
temperature differences, NETD) shall be 100 mK or better.