FLIR revamps thermal camera range – i-Series discontinued, new Ex-Series launches

The new Ex-series cameras

World leading thermal camera manufacturer, FLIR,  are changing the market with the launch of the new Ex-series handheld thermal cameras. The new models E4, E5 E6 and E8 are a leap ahead in the function and flexibility of handheld thermographic tools.

With IR resolutions ranging from 80 x 60 pixels to 320 x 240 pixels for the new E8 model, is the first time FLIR has offered this resolution for pricing under $10,000 here in Australia.

The four new cameras in the Ex-series are replacing the old i Series cameras, which are now discontinued. The Ex-series also introduce new functionality above what the old i Series delivered including a revamped and simpler UI (user interface). In addition, all new Ex-series cameras come with an integrated a 1.3 Megapixel digital camera for additional functionality.

Patented MSX technology

One of the greatest leaps forward with the new Ex-series is the incorporation of FLIR’s patented MSX multi-spectral enhancement feature. This technology is unique only to FLIR cameras and adds an extra dimension to thermal imaging technology, particularly for domestic and industrial users.

Example image taken by the FLIR E8 with no MSX

Example image taken by the FLIR E8 with no MSX

 

Example image taken by the FLIR E8 with MSX. The difference most certainly increases the ability to better analyse thermal imagery.

Example image taken by the FLIR E8 with MSX. The difference most certainly increases the ability to better analyse thermal imagery.

Other changes to the Ex series

The Exx-series has also undergone some changes with the dropping of the E30 and upgrades to the E40, E50 and E60 cameras. While the IR resolution and many aspects such as inbuilt WiFi connectivity and manual focus don’t change. The upgraded Ex-Series cameras all now include:

  • MSX image technology
  • Auto orientation to switch between landscape and portrait views.
The new FLIR E6 thermal camera with MSX technology. At only 575 grams, the new Exx series are an excellent investment for those requiring a reliable, state-of-the-art thermal imaging camera.

The new FLIR E6 thermal camera with MSX technology. At only 575 grams, the new E series are an excellent investment for those requiring a reliable, state-of-the-art thermal imaging camera.

 

Our FLIR Ex-Series videos.

You can view more of our FLIR thermal Camera videos on our YouTube channel here. Or if you would like more information on our range of FLIR products you can visit our thermal camera website at www.australianthermalcameras.com.au.

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