Infrared Camera Comparison- 6 IR Cameras Reviewed from $250 to $25K

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  1. Alaska In Motion
    Alaska In Motion says:

    What TIC would you recommend, if such a thing exists, for recording good quality video in very high heat/smoke live fire firefighter training?

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  2. ellbug89
    ellbug89 says:

    Hello, I'm looking for a camera that has a long shutter speed to look at mountainsides for temperature differences. Do you know which one would be best? I suppose it does not need to be a really good one, because it does not have a short shutter speed like the pros use. But likely it needs an adjustable shutter speed and every pixel needs uniform sensitivity. It also probably needs a long focal length or range. Would you be able to point me in the right direction, I'm looking for something less than $300?

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  3. Kagan Arisut
    Kagan Arisut says:

    Nice comparision. Could you pls comment something about Flir E5 ? Where does it stand? too much expensive / unnecessary for our home worhshop ?

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  4. Will Taylor
    Will Taylor says:

    Can you rate the black view bv9900 pro and cat s61, both smartphones with flir. I've recently got the black view bv9900 pro and amazed with its flir camera

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  5. Marco V
    Marco V says:

    What would you recommend for ghost hunting? Something with some decent range on it and clarity. Why do you not upgrade your iPhone with the FLIR1?

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  6. James S
    James S says:

    Thank you for your comparison video! We are moving into a 20 year old home next month and I plan to make several changes to upgrade the efficiency. I'm looking at going with a new roof, removing the existing fiberglass insulation in order to apply foam around the drywall seems, use a mixture of cellulose insulation and rockwall insulation, new windows, and finally replace the original HVAC equipment and ducts. Being in Houston, I want the lowest electricity bills possible since its hot 8 months out of the year.

    I've read a lot of negative reviews about the FLIR iOS attachment having the battery go bad after a few months. I think for my situation, I'll probably buy the FLIR iOS Pro attachment with slightly higher specs to do some before/after comparisons, and then list it for sale. I think with equipment like this, trying to rent it several times wouldn't be worth it since I'm sure there is a bit of a learning curve when first trying it out.

    Thank you for taking the time to do this demonstration/comparison! I appreciate you.

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  7. Bigjoemonger
    Bigjoemonger says:

    Are you aware of a product that is capable of identifying a jet of steam leaking from a pipe in a high temperature environment?

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