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[Amazon.ca] Thermal imaging camera Seek Revealpro CAD 549

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Aug 29, 2018
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Can this be used to check for cold spots in my 1K pizza oven?
Deal Addict
Jul 7, 2016
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it can probably be used to check hot deals on rfd.
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Jun 19, 2017
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pbeutch wrote: Can this be used to check for cold spots in my 1K pizza oven?
waven101 wrote: it can probably be used to check hot deals on rfd.
fattyburger11 wrote: The FLIR ONE Pro has USB-C connectors and 160x120 thermal resolution.

There isn't any regulatory restriction for civilian thermal imaging resolution AFAIK. The ITAR regulation on exporting thermal imaging equipment is <9Hz refresh rate.



The average joe uses their thermal imaging system to film their toilet before and after a warm piss at least once. Then watch in real time as it is flushed and the water turn back to a cold color.

After that, this toy gets stored somewhere collecting dust until you figure out how to goof off with it again. Such as, drawing secret messages on your table using your body warmth and watch as the message fades away. Gives those social media messaging companies that promise privacy and instant delete a run for their money. Once the heat is dissipated from the table, that message is gone folks. Forever. Not stored in a server somewhere. Just gone. #privacy
Pretty long winded way of saying “No, you can’t watch your neighbors go at it through the walls”.

In for 4 until this realization: I’m out.
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Lickzy wrote: Pretty long winded way of saying “No, you can’t watch your neighbors go at it through the walls”.
Darn, and I thought this was for the drive in cinemas. :)
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Aug 8, 2006
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Mississauga
adilh53 wrote: Can the average joe wave one of these around the house if suspecting issues behind the dry wall or does 1 need special training to be able to use and analyze the cameras findings?
I have the FLIR TG165 which has the resolution of a potato (80x60) and I can easily see the wall studs. So yes, I think we'd be able to tell if there's water behind the drywall.
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Aug 22, 2006
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waven101 wrote: hmm difference? other than the lower price.
It's only $20 lower...

EDIT: I lied. For some reason adding to cart results in a $400USD price.
I requested a price via email and it's $300USD which does make this significantly cheaper.
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Aug 22, 2006
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pbeutch wrote: Can this be used to check for cold spots in my 1K pizza oven?
If those cold spots are less than 500F.
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Jan 10, 2019
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Amazon is down to $508 cad but requested a price on bhphoto to compare.

Edit: BH does offer the Reveal for $299usd which after tax in BC works out to about $450 Cad. For the extra $100 I went with the RevealPro on Amazon.ca which has 320x240 resolution vs the base model of 206x156 which BH offers.

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