I like the ad for this baby.
How much ? is the question,as the lease to own is $99@month.
I like the ad for this baby.
Looked through the entire page and couldn’t find anything on the resolution of the photos. I don’t see how they fit all that into a phone sized. Looks like it could be cool though.
That thing is for young kids with good eyes Robert! (and brought up on phone texting)!
The infrared images are great but when you do a side by side or try to transpose them on top of the regular image is looks like crap unless the room is really well lit. The guy I team up with for these evaluations likes to take the IR photos with all the lights off
The attached photos were taken with that camera.
$99 for the first 6 months… then what?
Has something to do with heat variations. He also want’s the HVAC off for an hour or so prior to the evaluation AND he likes performing these evaluations after dark. He travels throughout the states and trains people on how to perform IR scans and it well qualified for this task.
Seems that’s a problem with the regular pics, rather than the IR. ;-)
Uncooled FPA microbolometer, with image correction and full auto imaging and instant image enhancement.
TV rate real time 60 hz sensor
8-14μm LWIR Long Wave Infrared
Field of View
25°×19° - Point and shoot imaging
1/10 degree sensitivity
Built- in Digital Video colors
CMOS Sensor, 640 x 480 pixels, auto balance and auto gamma.
External Display LCD
2.2″TFT active matrix High resolution color
256 level, 8 palettes (Rainbow, iron, B&W, etc) custom palettes user defined.
2X digital zoom onboard
-20 to +250 C
Fully Digital with onboard and post processing manipulation
Spot / manual (up to 4 moveable), spot / automatic placement at max, area (up to 4 moveable) displaying either max, min, or average, isotherm, line profile, auto alarm
Variable from 0.01 to 0.99 (in 0.01 increment)
Automatic correction based on user input for reflected ambient temperature,distance, relative humidity,atmospheric transmission and external optics
Built-in Flash memory (8G bit capacity)
IRI (An individual file consists of infrared image, visual image and voice annotation)
Variant for different files, up to 180 seconds per file. User can record a voice comment to every image saved
**System Status Indication
Shows status of battery, indication of power
Automatic alarm for low battery + audible Alarm for max/min temperature rise/fall,user defined.
Class 2 semiconductor laser
Li-ion battery, rechargeable, field replaceable (4 Batteries included)
Over 2 hours continuous operation per battery
In camera via USB interface from AC adapter (96-
250 VAC) or in battery charger
Operating and storing 10% to 95%, non- condensing
Operational: 25G, IEC 68-2-29
Operational: 2G, IEC 68-2-6
Image (thermal & visual), measurement, voice and digital video transfer to PC
-Fusion IR proprietary infrared imaging color software w/image notation, custom color palettes, and documentation.
-EZ report word based proprietary software for instant documentation and evidentiary imaging Vref.
-RSW radiometric Full analysis and reporting software suite
0.265Kg (including battery)
I looked into this unit quite a few years back. Is 160x120 resolution. Sensitivity 0.1. Total cost of the unit is in the $7k range as last I knew. There hasn’t been any updates to the units performance since was brought to the market in 2003. Looks cool, probably take ok images, but longevity and user ability is probably questionable in my book.
Level 3 itc Thermographer
If you are considering purchasing this camera/imager, ask where it was made and where it would have to be sent for any repairs or maintenance or service.
One of the people in one of my IR training classes had one and said it was like throwing it into a black hole when he had to send it out. It was months and months for him to get it back. :shock:
I saw a much higher res when gliding through it.
Something along the lines of 648 x 400
640 x 480 pixels
I know of inspectors who have that camera but wish they had a different one…
Too bad , it looks cool.
Low resolution and smaller screen cameras are less expensive, but as soon as you get one, you want to upgrade.
That’s the video mode, and is probably not in IR mode. That’s not the IR photo resolution which was never listed. OJ said it was 160x120 resolution which sounds closer to reality.
Dominic I think that may be the old res.
Check out the link I provided and see the pictures.
Those are high res.
I looked at the link you provided. None of those pictures were high resolution.
I should rephrase that. None of them are 640x480 and they’d definitely be showing thatoff. It looks like they are all different sizes which tells me they are probably stitched together from multiple images. Otherwise they’d all be the same resolution.