Point-and-shoot infrared cameras are accurate

FLIR introduces the i-Series point-and-shoot infrared cameras—the i3, i5 and i7 offer better images, an optimized display for faster inspections, and a combination of thermal sensitivity and measurement accuracy.

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Nashua, N.H.—FLIR introduces the i-Series point-and-shoot infrared cameras. A powerful, infrared diagnostics tool, the FLIR i3, i5 and i7 offer better images, an optimized display for faster inspections, and a combination of thermal sensitivity and measurement accuracy typically only seen in cameras costing thousands more. The i-Series are durable, easy to use, and perfect for those just starting out with infrared or outfitting everyone on the crew with thermal imaging.

Portland, Ore.—FLIR Systems unveiled the next generation FLIR i-Series point-and-shoot infrared cameras, featuring higher resolutions and wider field-of-view choices – three rugged models that help you find problems faster and more accurately, starting under $1,200.

New performance options include the upgraded i7 with 36 percent more thermal imaging resolution than before. In fact, at 19,600 pixels, the i7 actually exceeds RESNET resolution standards – important if you’re in the building industry. FLIR has kept pricing for all three new i-Series cameras the same as its original groundbreaking, affordable models.

All i-Series cameras capture thousands of calibrated temperature measurements in every image to produce a complete thermal picture that shows where hot spots and other heat-related problems are immediately, so you can find them faster, diagnose them more accurately, and work more efficiently than ever.

Built with ruggedness you can trust, all i-Series cameras are also tough enough to withstand a 2-meter drop and stow right alongside other tools. And every one is backed by FLIR’s industry-leading 2/5/10 warranty that provides 2 years of coverage on all camera components, 5-year battery coverage, and 10-year warranty protection for the infrared detector.

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