FLIR E75 Advanced Thermal Imaging Camera Review

Last updated on August 4, 2020

Flir E75 thermal imager review

The FLIR E75 is a truly professional grade thermal imaging camera that FLIR produces along with many others. The E75 has more powerful variants the E85, and E95 (the biggest difference is higher thermal resolution) however the E75 is a great choice when you need a professional grade thermal imaging camera but want the most bang for your buck.

High Thermal Resolution:

The 320x240 thermal resolution camera gives the user more than 76,000 temperature measurement points and along with FLIR's MSX technology which overlays visual images on the thermal images producing crystal clear pictures allowing you to easily identify potential issues. The IPS touch screen allows for quick and easy navigation through the options menus. The 30Hz refresh rate also keeps image blurring to a minimum when moving the camera from target to target. The large temperature detection range of -4F to 1830F ensures that you will be able to diagnose the vast majority of issues.

Ease of Use:

The built in microphone allows you to easily annotate reports ensuring you don't miss important details. FLIR has also included their easy to use report generation tools which allows you to quickly and easily.

The E75 also includes a laser distance finder which speeds up the auto focusing and reduces the time needed to capture images. The E75 is also built to be used every day and can withstand a two meter drop onto concrete. One of the biggest advantages of the E75 (and the rest of the E series) is the fact that the lenses are interchangeable allowing you to swap out as needed for different projects. 

The E75 also comes with a variety of lens option choices from standard to telephoto to a combined standard and telephoto option although at a higher cost. The E75 also offers Meterlink connectivity so that you can connect FLIR multimeters, moisture detectors and other FLIR measurement instruments.

The E75 is more costly than other thermal cameras because it is intengted for professionals or very particular home owners who want a feature filled high quality thermal camera. That being said if you have the money this is one of the best thermal cameras you can buy and is a good investment.

Features:

  • IR Resolution Of 320 x 240 (76,800 pixels)
  • Detection Range of -20°C to 120°C (-4°F to 248°F)0°C to 650°C (32°F to 1200°F) Optional calibration: 300°C to 1000°C (572°F to 1830°F)
  • Easily Swap Lenses
  • Uncooled microbolometer, 17 µm
  • Thermal Sensitivity/NETD <30mK
  • Spectral Range 7.5 - 14.0 µm
  • Fast Refresh Rate 30 Hz
  • Field of View (FOV) 42° x 32° (10 mm lens), 24° x 18° (18 mm lens), 14° x 10° (29 mm lens)
  • Focus Continuous Laser Distance Meter (LDM)
  • Digital Zoom 1-4x continuous
  • 4 inch 640 x 480 pixel touch screen LCD with auto-rotation
  • Digital Camera 5 MP
  • Image Modes Infrared, visual, MSX®, Picture-in-Picture
  • Accuracy ±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading for ambient temperature 15°C to 35°C (59°F to 95°F) and object temperature above 0°C (32°F)
  • Compass, GPS and automatic GPS image tagging
  • Radiometric IR Video Streaming Yes, over UVC or WiFi
  • Non-Radiometric IR Video Streaming H.264 or MPEG-4 over WiFiMJPEG over UVC or WiFi
  • Visual Video Streaming Yes
  • Interfaces USB 2.0, Bluetooth, WiFi, DisplayPort

PROS:

  • Very Versatile - works in a majority of situations 
  • Professional grade all the way
  • Interchangeable lenses
  • High resolution

CONS:

  • More Expensive Than An Entry Level thermal Camera - only intended for professional use
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About the author 

Randy Angwin

Randy Angwin is an avid outdoor enthusiast and has been with TICR since the beginning. He helps create new articles and reviews latest infrared and night vision devices for the site as well as staying on top of the latest trends in the thermal industry. When not working, Randy likes to hunt and spend time with his two German shepherds.

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