I got this in the email today:
The infracam has a 120 x 120 pixel array (14400 individual spots) vs Irisys 4010 160 x 120 (19200 individual spot).
The 4010 comes standard (list price $5995) with an SD card
that can store 1000 images. They can be edited in Bitmap format. The Infracam SD is $6700 and can store 1000 JPEG images.
They both come with a very basic reporting software.
Both a fairly comprable but we start out $700 cheaper.
The Flir model with 160 x 120 quality similar to the Irisys, costs over $9000. The best quality for the money in thermal imaging is the Irisys, hands down. See answers in your
original email. Also, I have sent an email to Irisys about
the new 1010 with connection to a computer…
Infrared Product Manager
Total Temperature Instrumentation, Inc.
PO Box 1073, 8 Leroy Road
Williston, VT 05495