Get the Flir One for its superior thermal imaging tech and overall ease of use, but be sure to consider specific, ongoing applications for this $250 accessory before you buy.
Flir FX has cornered the market on adaptability, but it has some major limitations that make it tough to recommend in its current state.
Flir's new thermal camera, the Scout TK, boasts the same small size as past models, but doesn't need a mobile device to operate.
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The PathFindIR II presents very gee-whiz imagery, but its cost and installation put it in a niche market, best for people with larger vehicles who drive dark, rural roads beset with wandering livestock.
Designed for commercial uses like firefighting and agriculture, the XT combines DJI's drone and stabilization technologies with FLIR's thermal imagers.
The $250 Flir One thermal camera relies on MSX technology to make its images a cut above the rest.
The $250 Flir One camera accessory attaches to your phone or tablet for on-the-go thermal imaging capabilities at a fraction of the typical price.
The aftermarket PathFindIR II kit from Flir includes an infrared camera and CPU with pedestrian and animal-detecting processing, equipping cars with safety-enhanced night vision.
Using an infrared camera, the Flir PathFindIR II can detect pedestrians and large animals in front of your car, helping to avoid costly and even deadly collisions.
A new iPhone case shown at Mobile World Congress turns your iPhone into the first consumer-level personal thermal imaging device that takes high resolution photos and video.