The Razir thermal infrared camera is a very useful device, I got mine at $9500, with all of the full software, it also came with a couple of other reporting and imaging software called fusion IR and ez report. The infrared camera itself is the smallest i have seen in the market, I like the features and the fact it has 4 batteries, the image quality is really nice and it had the digital zoom capability with the thermal and the digital cameras built in. Definately the best camera i’ve seen for under $10,000. I really liked the capability of the digital zoom and having the luxury to outfit longer range lenses for any future scans. There is a alarming feature which indicated when a certain temperature has risen or fallen from your input. The camera is so sensitive, we actaully see pipes behind the wall, mold, water damage, missing isulation and air infiltration. The camera was purchased for doing roofing surveys along with electrical and mechanical infrared thermography inspections, but having it for commercial and residential is an added perk. We did get the Telephoto lens after the initial purchase of the camera which has very long range zoom. We use it for electrical power pole, transmission line inspections. The lens was an additional $2000. The camera paid for itself within 2 1/2 months.
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