I ordered the FLIR i7… but I still haven’t received it. Will get it 4 weeks from now.
I live in a country where there is practically zero thermal imaging home inspectors so thinking if this would be a great extra business.
Ok. I’m convinced the i7 is almost useless… so when I get it… I’d either sell it or even tell the supplier to change order if it hasn’t left factory yet.
Now studying the FLIR e60 and Fluke Ti32. I found out the e60 has 10 years warranty on the microbolometer!
But the Fluke Ti32 is shock proof and can survive drops.
So the debate is whether the Flir e60 10 years warranty is more advantageous than the Ti32 drop and break-proof warranty. Have you guys actually dropped your thermal camera? The Ti32 seems to be more better and secure but it’s microbolometer is only 2 years warranty. What would you guys choose if you were to weight between these two factor (since both have similar specs in other departments)?