Thermal Cameras Videos

  1. Comparison: Raptor Hawk EMCCD Camera VS. Sony EXview CCD Camera

    This video offers a comparison on Raptor Photonics’ Raptor Hawk EMCCD Camera against Sony’s EXview CCD Camera during nighttime conditions.

  2. EMCCD Camera Demonstration

    This is a video demonstration of the Raptor Hawk EMCCD camera capturing images of a fishery in China in both day and nighttime conditions.

  3. Raptor Hawk EMCCD Camera: Night Time In An Urban Environment

    This is a video of Raptor Photonics’ Hawk EMCCD camera shooting at night in an urban environment with overcast weather conditions.

  4. Infrared Camera for Research and Science Applications

    In this video, Chris Bainter introduces the FLIR A6700SC IR (infrared) camera. This camera is ideal for electronics inspection, medical thermography, manufacturing, and non-destructive testing applications. Watch the video to learn about its unique features and specifications.

  5. SWIR Area Cameras See Improvements In Electron Read Noise

    This year at Optics and Photonics, Doug Malchow with UTC Aerospace Systems gives us a perspective of how their SWIR area cameras fit with each other, as well as the progression of their improvements in electron read noise, resolution, and more. We also get to see an demonstration of a SWIR camera imaging through paint.

  6. Low Dark Current Cameras Ideal for Low Light Imaging

    Luc DeBroucke, CEO of Xenics USA, told us about Xenics’ initiative to develop NIR InGaAs cameras that feature not just low noise, but also low dark current at Optics and Photonics in 2013.

  7. Infrared Dolphin Adventure

    In this video, the T640 infrared camera and SC8300 HD IR camera are used to capture infrared images of dolphins in action at the Hilton Waikoloa. In addition to some interesting images in general, this video highlights how infrared imaging can be used in animal medicine applications to detect hot spots on the dolphins.

  8. Infrared Camera At The Gun Range

    This video is a collection of infrared imagery taken at a gun range by the SC8300 infrared camera. We get to see an M249 SAW in action, as well as the effects of the rounds on a specified target.

  9. Punkin Chunkin Thermal Video

    In 2012, FLIR captured infrared imagery with their SC6800 IR camera at the annual Punkin Chunkin World Championships. The SC6800 can capture highly sensitive infrared imagery at 565 frames per second at full 640x512 frame resolution.

  10. Blue Angels Flight Squadron In Infrared

    This video features images of the Blue Angels Flight Squadron in action at the Pease Airfield taken with FLIR’s SC83000 HD infrared camera.