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FLIR T640 IR CAMERA The Most Flexible, Innovative and Highest Quality Professional-Grade Hand-held Thermal Cameras Ever.
FLIR T640 IR CAMERA The Most Flexible, Innovative and Highest Quality Professional-Grade Hand-held Thermal Cameras Ever. The exciting, new T640 and T620 move to the head of their class, providing the highest infrared resolution in the famously ergonomic T-Series line along with a fresh new set of impressive features. The Highest Thermal Imaging Resolution in Its Class With 307,200 pixels at 640 × 480, FLIR T640 and T620 cameras give professional thermographers the highest thermal resolution and sensitivity for the best-looking images and most accurate temperature measurements. Coupled with dual 5 megapixel digital cameras, you'll get the sharpest visible light and thermal images you need to create the most effective documentation. See the results jump off the screen. Comfortable, Flexible Ergonomics: What T-Series is Famous For Capturing great thermal images high above your head or down near the ground no longer needs to be a back-breaking, knee-cracking calisthenics routine. With a unique rotating optical block with its interchangeable lenses, the T640 and T620 lets you easily tilt up or down along its 120° range of motion while keeping the touchscreen display right in front of you. See how comfortable and easy it is to "get the shot" from any angle. Industry-First Wi-Fi Connectivity Adds Power to Analysis, Reporting, and Sharing. FLIR simplifies your worklife out in the field and in the office by leading the way with forward-thinking Wi-Fi to mobile devices like iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. No bulky laptops to lug, cables to connect, or SD cards to swap. Use the new FLIRViewer app to import images from the camera, add more box areas and moveable spots and fine-tune images. Generate comprehensive reports. And share critical information immediately with decision makers on-site or by e-mail. See how FLIR Wi-Fi connectivity can help boost your productivity and credibility.