Flir Videos

  1. Champagne Explosion!
    7/15/2016

    Champagne anyone? Prolong the party with this video using the high speed infrared capabilities of the X6900sc.

  2. Water Balloon Burst!
    7/15/2016

    A water balloon plus a sharp object equals a splash of a visual effect! Take it all in with the high speed infrared capabilities of the X6900sc.

  3. High Speed Infrared Imaging
    7/15/2016

    If you need to stop motion on fast-moving targets or targets that heat and cool rapidly, FLIR’s high speed thermal cameras offer the fast frame rates and integration you need. FLIR’s newest camera, the X6900sc, can record 1000 fps of high speed data at full 640 x 512 resolution – meaning researchers can perform dynamic analysis of jet engine turbine blades, supersonic projectiles, explosions, and more, without losing areas of the frame to windowing.

  4. Benefits Of SLS (Strained Layer Superlattice) Technology
    4/19/2016

    FLIR’s scientific segment engineer James Ramsey kicked off our coverage of SPIE’s DCS 2016 exhibition by giving us a rundown on the benefits of SLS technology.

  5. Stop-Motion Infrared Imaging On Fast Moving Targets
    2/16/2016

    Chris Bainter with FLIR gives us an up-close look at the world’s fastest full 640x512 infrared camera commercially available, providing full resolution at up to 1000 frames-per-second.

  6. FLIR High-Speed Thermal Imager On SantaPod Raceway
    6/12/2015

    FLIR X6580sc High-Speed Thermal Imager footage of a drag race on the SantaPod Raceway

  7. SLS Long Wave IR Camera: FLIR A6750SC
    5/12/2015

    FLIR introduces its new product, the SLS long wave IR camera.

  8. New High Speed Thermal Camera Is On Its Way
    4/22/2015

    At DSS this year, Chris Bainter of FLIR systems gave us a sneak peek at the soon-to-be-released X69SC high-speed thermal camera. Watch the video for a glimpse at some of its unique features and to hear about its specifications.

  9. Taking Infrared Imaging Innovation To The Next Level
    4/21/2015

    We were fortunate enough to catch up with Dave Bursell at the welcome reception (which FLIR was also hosting) to get a quick rundown of what’s in store for DSS attendees in 2015.

  10. Ready, Fight! Photon Camera vs. Thermal Camera – The Speed Test
    2/21/2015

    How difficult is it to measure the temperature of a moving golf ball? Would it be better to use a thermal camera, or a photon camera? It’s certain that there are more critical-type measurements one can make outside of golf ball temperature, but this video does a great job of showing the different results that each camera type yields from a qualitative analysis standpoint.