Posted in October 2014

Seeing Double: FLIR UltraMax Image Enhancement

Seeing Double: FLIR UltraMax Image Enhancement

This week FLIR quietly introduced a feature that will have a big impact on users of handheld FLIR cameras. UltraMax is an image enhancement technology that captures a series of thermal images and combines the data into one new image. The result is an impressive quadrupling of thermal pixels, including full radiometric measurement data. A … Continue reading

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Sub $1000 FLIR – Comparing the TG165, E4 and FLIR ONE

Sub $1000 FLIR – Comparing the TG165, E4 and FLIR ONE

Unthinkable just a year ago, FLIR Systems now offers three thermal imaging devices for under $1000. All three have the same 80 x 60 resolution, and all are marketed as suitable for a wide variety of applications. Energy loss in buildings, dangerous electrical connections, overheating motors–can these bargain thermal cameras really do it all? We … Continue reading