FLIR i7 Thermal Imaging Camera Review

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Last updated on July 4, 2020

Flir i7 thermal imager review

Flir i7 is the top fo the line thermal camera in Flirs affordable i-series lineup. Flir i7 updates its imager with the new 140x140 resolution sensor that gives you a total of 19,600 pixels, 29x29 field of view and a wide temperature range that goes from -4F and all the way up to 482F. Flir i7 is fairly easy to operate, and has a focus free lense. The trigger on  the front of the camera lets you save images to an SD card which can be taken out and inserted into your PC. Camera can store up to 5,000 images in JPEG format and the included software can help you create professional looking reports for your clients. 

We also want to mention the rugged lightweight body that weighs only 13 ounces and can withstand drops of up to 2 meters. Included battery can last up to 4 hours.

Overall, this is a great camera for building inspectors, electrical contractors and HVAC inspections.

*Discountinued model.

Features include:

  • 140 x 140 resolution
  • Focus free operation
  • Temperature range of -4 to 482F
  • 2.8" LCD display
  • Lightweight body
  • QuickReport PC software

Pros:

  • One of the best resolution in its class
  • Long battery life
  • Excellent software

Cons:

  • Focus free can be an issue for some users
  • You will need even higher resolution camera for most demanding applications

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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