FLIR ONE PRO LT USB-C Thermal Imaging Camera
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The MSX view can be switched to just thermal or just visual views with a tap on the menu that pops up from the lower right corner of the screen. This menu also lets you choose from nine different color palettes including the default orange-and-purple Iron palette. You can also look at the thermal readings with five other color gamuts, grayscale, and grayscale with the coldest parts of the frame highlighted as blue or the hottest parts of the frame highlighted as red.
The Flir One Pro's 160-by-120 thermal resolution is one of its biggest advantages, with four times the number of thermal imaging pixels as the 80-by-60 Flir One and Flir One Pro LT. The photos and videos it captures are the same resolutions due to the identical visual camera and MSX processing, but they can show much more thermal detail thanks to the extra pixels. The contours and boundaries of hot and cold spots are far more distinct through the Flir One Pro, producing a massive jump in imaging quality and usability from the other versions. Objects that looked like vague splotches through the Flir One are much more easily discernible through the Flir One Pro. Powered by the FLIR Lepton® thermal microcamera core, the FLIR ONE Pro LT builds on the advanced features of the FLIR ONE Pro, including MSX image enhancement, a high definition visible camera to produce crisp detailed image, and VividIR™ video signal processing technology that delivers an improved thermal image quality and clarity. We’ve expanded the FLIR ONE line-up today with the addition of the FLIR ONE® Pro LT, a new lower price point thermal imaging attachment for smart devices. The FLIR ONE Pro LT features many of the professional-level features that define the FLIR ONE Pro Series.
The bottom edge of the Pro holds a power button and a USB-C port for charging with the included USB A-to-C cable (a wall adapter isn't included). The camera uses its own internal battery rather than running off of your phone, so it has to stay charged to work. Flir says the camera can reach a full charge in 40 minutes and can last up to an hour of thermal imaging. Besides the charging cable, the Flir One Pro comes with a hard, zip-up case for storage. Both the new third generation FLIR ONE and FLIR ONE Pro will be available worldwide in the first half of 2017 at established FLIR partners and at FLIR.com. Customers can pre-register today for the FLIR ONE and FLIR ONE Pro at www.flir.com/flirone.
You can capture still photos, videos, and time-lapse recordings through the Flir app, all saved at 1,440-by-1,080 resolution. Videos are saved as MP4 or MOV files (depending on Android or iOS versions of the device). The app retains all the thermal imaging data, letting you toggle between MSX, thermal, and visual views; change palettes; adjust temperature ranges for the chosen palette; and meter specific temperatures. Effectively, whatever you can do to adjust the picture while you're taking it, you can also do with the picture after it's taken. However you adjust the picture, you can then save and share a standard JPEG file through any app or service on your phone. Higher Resolution and Hotter TemperaturesWe built the FLIR ONE Pro for serious do-it-yourselfers, contractors, home inspectors and anyone who wants the most power and functionality from their smartphone thermal camera. The FLIR ONE Pro delivers a major advancement in thermal image quality and capabilities available in a smartphone thermal camera. Four Times the Resolution