I know when I was looking around at different cameras, I was curious of image quality… what am I paying for? Won’t a 120x120 camera be just fine?
What I really learned is that sensitivity is so important… I noted that the E40BX (in my opinion) took better pictures than the B60 as the sensitivity was better,even though technically… the B60 has higher resolution. Given a choice… and to provide value for inspections etc… I’d pick sensitivity / MK over resolution on similarly equipped cameras… if price was similar.
If you’re trying to decide between one point and another…I’d pick thermal sensitivity as a hinging point… for low Delta t’s that you will encounter in field… it’s like looking through dirty or clean water in an aquarium… period.
Like the others before me have said and stressed… really understand what you are getting into and limitations… and if you can’t afford to buy a tool that provides value to you and your customer… don’t bother. Having looked at a few of them at conventions… my previous and new camera as well as the loaner B60… the difference between these camera’s is huge and so is the expense…
I had a B60 loaner and had upgraded from one camera to another… so I thought I’d post some images from a few cameras.
The cameras were Flir cameras, and you will find images from B60, E40BX and T420…
I did watermark images… as the difference in camera costs are huge, I am of the opinion that much like one’s credentials, you should post images from your equipment on your website… I think it’s iffy to post high quality images on a website… and have a entry level camera. Just sayin’
A few images attached here… also you can view from the google plus gallery https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/117719861425633610510/photos/117719861425633610510/albums/5850822226547295169
When you open the gallery… click the drop down for photo details and the file name will tell the camera type etc