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Adorama has FLIR One Pro LT Thermal Imaging Camera Attachment (Micro USB) w/ USB-C Adapter for $149.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Detects Temps from -4°F to 248°F
  • Thermal Sensitivity/NETD up to 100 mK
  • FLIR VividIR Image processing
  • Video, Still image, Time lapse capture modes
  • OneFit adjustable connector (extends by up to 4 mm)
  • Battery life up to 1 hour

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It all depends how close you are to it.

Keep in mind you are distributing the limited number of pixels of the lepton module sensor over the field of view.

Additionally it depends on ambient temperature and what is called “Emissivity” (or how ‘reflective’ the fur is of thermal energy”).

Based on distance, let’s say 15 yards, and the size of a small mouse (golf ball?), and my experience with the flir lepton modules, I feel this would NOT be a good application for it.

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This price is almost the norm so there's no need to rush into this.

I have this micro usb version with my Samsung S9+ and it works fine.
The bad reviews in the app store might be compatibility issue. The same App for multiple versions of the camera make it hard to tell.

The USB C version says: FLIR one Android sub c models are not currently compatible with snapdragon 835/845 based Android sub c handsets

So, I bought this micro usb version to use with my USB C phone. It does work!
I really would have preferred the USB C model to be more future proof though.
I have used this to find leaks in my AC ducts and it worked! It also shows me where I should probably wrap my ducts more because of the cold leaking out.
I have also used it to find my pets in the dark Big Grin
It also shows me where my carpet might be wet because of my pets -_-

There's a lot of uses and I have only scratched the surface.

The resolution isn't great so don't expect something out of the movies. Imagine colorful blurs. You can take a thermal picture with the app and within the app, Then, you can hide the thermal colors to show the picture under it. Using this method, you can determine where the colors were coming from.
It auto adjusts the range, but you can also set a range. For example, to find the ac leaks, I set it low so that everything in the attic was bright yellow (warm to hot) and the blue shadows (colder) were the leaks. If it were auto, the ducts would be moderately bright and everything else would be darker, the blue shadows would be harder to find.
I think it would make finding a literal needle in a haystack doable! But then, a magnet might work better. You need the right tool for the job!
This is useless without the app, and the app has shitty reviews, therefore this device is functionally shitty. It doesn't really matter if it's physically very good if you can't use it.

https://play.google.com/store/app...ir.flirone
This is a true statement, worse then this there is an issue with the battery discharging on these and damaging a cell. Well documented online, denied by flir. I recommend doing a search on the battery issue of this prior to purchase.

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is this any good
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is this any good
define good? is it good to test food doneness, nope. is it good for what it's usually used for? yes.. Smilie
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This is useless without the app, and the app has shitty reviews, therefore this device is functionally shitty. It doesn't really matter if it's physically very good if you can't use it.

https://play.google.com/store/app...ir.flirone
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I can't bring myself to buy anything Flir branded after the experience I had with their NVR app.
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Will this work with usb-c to iphone adapter? Apple Lightning to Micro USB Adapter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WVDG...UTF8&psc=1
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This is useless without the app, and the app has shitty reviews, therefore this device is functionally shitty. It doesn't really matter if it's physically very good if you can't use it.

https://play.google.com/store/app...ir.flirone
The app isn't a great design, but it's good enough for basic use. I haven't had any issues with it myself. I bought one of these to inspect my house for hot/cold spots that need insulation.

There's also the desktop computer app, which can be used for analyzing photos transferred from your mobile device.

Resolution is pretty low, but that's a common thing with thermal cameras. Don't expect to get 20MP images from this thing. But it's decent enough for identifying issues. It is not, however, a high-end pro thermal camera. Add a zero or two onto the price for something in that tier.

I particularly like the image format that highlights edges of objects so you can still tell what you're looking at.
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This price is almost the norm so there's no need to rush into this.

I have this micro usb version with my Samsung S9+ and it works fine.
The bad reviews in the app store might be compatibility issue. The same App for multiple versions of the camera make it hard to tell.

The USB C version says: FLIR one Android sub c models are not currently compatible with snapdragon 835/845 based Android sub c handsets

So, I bought this micro usb version to use with my USB C phone. It does work!
I really would have preferred the USB C model to be more future proof though.
I have used this to find leaks in my AC ducts and it worked! It also shows me where I should probably wrap my ducts more because of the cold leaking out.
I have also used it to find my pets in the dark Big Grin
It also shows me where my carpet might be wet because of my pets -_-

There's a lot of uses and I have only scratched the surface.

The resolution isn't great so don't expect something out of the movies. Imagine colorful blurs. You can take a thermal picture with the app and within the app, Then, you can hide the thermal colors to show the picture under it. Using this method, you can determine where the colors were coming from.
It auto adjusts the range, but you can also set a range. For example, to find the ac leaks, I set it low so that everything in the attic was bright yellow (warm to hot) and the blue shadows (colder) were the leaks. If it were auto, the ducts would be moderately bright and everything else would be darker, the blue shadows would be harder to find.
I think it would make finding a literal needle in a haystack doable! But then, a magnet might work better. You need the right tool for the job!
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I bought one of these with 2 friends and split it three ways. It was a waste of money. It's not very sharp so everything looks blobby and you can't really use it for its intended purpose. It's an overpriced toy.
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I bought one of these with 2 friends and split it three ways. It was a waste of money. It's not very sharp so everything looks blobby and you can't really use it for its intended purpose. It's an overpriced toy.
This is a true statement, worse then this there is an issue with the battery discharging on these and damaging a cell. Well documented online, denied by flir. I recommend doing a search on the battery issue of this prior to purchase.
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This is useless without the app, and the app has shitty reviews, therefore this device is functionally shitty. It doesn't really matter if it's physically very good if you can't use it.

https://play.google.com/store/app...ir.flirone
I wouldn't draw that conclusion. I have an older version of this product, and yes the app crashes sometimes, and it's kind of clunky, but for the price, having access to a thermal camera easily and whenever necessary is worth the small amount of hassle with the app. If you need a thermal camera, the imperfections of the app won't make this a wasted purchase.
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Quote from SharpPiranha590 :
I bought one of these with 2 friends and split it three ways. It was a waste of money. It's not very sharp so everything looks blobby and you can't really use it for its intended purpose. It's an overpriced toy.
Quoted for truth
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Worth it for finding shorts or is it too low resolution?
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1. Regular sale price, but good price.
Flir website had this at a similar price earlier.

2. Real photo overlay on thermals is the Flir advantage. Let's you determine better what you're looking at.

3. Internal battery powered unlike Seek Thermal, usb powered. No easy battery replacements.

4. Not drop proof, water proof, etc.
If you need that, buy a used Cat S60 (etc) smartphone that has the Flir built-in (not Pro specs).

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These are low res consumer models. See YouTube videos vs $1000+ flirs.
Good for basic air/water leak hunting, but don't expect to find pinhole air leaks around windows and such.
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