I'm senior editor Sarah Mitroff, and today I'm taking a first look at the Seek Thermal smartphone camera.
Want to see the invisible?
This tiny thermal infrared camera can do that.
Seek uses a special lens and software to capture the infrared waves that everything around you gives off.
It uses those waves to pick up on temperature differences in your environment.
Seek is an incredibly versatile tool that you can use for home repairs, cooking, and even security.
The camera attaches to your android phone or iPhone, depending on the model.
And the accompanying Seek thermal app let's you to see the images it captures.
Within the app, you can take photos, record video, and adjust the scene mode to see different information on the screen.
For instance, [UNKNOWN] shows me the approximate temperature of whatever is in the middle of the frame.
Seek costs $250 and comes with a carrying case to store the camera.
It's a bit pricey, but Seek's versatility pays for itself.
You could read my full review on www.cnet.com.
I'm Sarah Mitroff and this has been a first look at the Seek Thermal camera.
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