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GF335 Broadband Infrared Camera

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The GF335 Broadband Infrared Camera from FLIR Systems combines cooled MWIR detector technology with compact handheld design to provide a portable, highly sensitive infrared camera with fast frame rates.

The GF335 is a high sensitivity, low noise, cooled thermal camera that excels at detecting faint heat signatures. It is well suited to a wide range of applications, including use on test ranges, non-destructive testing, research, and scientific applications.

Featuring a cooled 3–5 µm InSb detector the GF335 is able to produce ultra sharp thermal images. Its high sensitivity of < 15 mK and high accuracy of ±1°C allow users to detect very subtle temperature differences with high clarity allowing you to thermally characterize a target with greater accuracy and to detect the faintest of heat signatures.

On-camera video recording, playback, and analysis are made easy using the GF335 camera. Temperature calibrated snapshots or movies are recorded to the removable SD card for image playback, analysis, and data-sharing directly on the camera, or access on a computer using FLIR's advanced ResearchIR software. For longer recordings, non-radiometric thermal MPEG-4 or visual videos may also be stored on the SD card.

Whether you prefer one-touch automatic focusing or manual focusing, the GF335 delivers the perfect picture. A powerful 8 to 1 digital zoom also lets you zero-in on distant targets. Where an application requires remote camera control and real-time image viewing, the GF335 camera can be mounted on a tripod and data streamed directly to a computer running ResearchIR. 

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