Flir has upgraded its i7 infrared camera. The new model’s 19,600-pixel resolution represents a 36 percent improvement over its predecessor and exceeds the proposed RESNET resolution standards for energy auditing, the company says. It also offers a wider field of view (29 degrees) so you can scan larger surfaces without loss of detail. The camera costs about $2,000. Prices for other cameras in the i-series start at about $1,200.
Flir Systems, 866/477-3687, flir.com.
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