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Offline Ultrapurple

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #125 on: November 22, 2017, 12:30:52 am »
Trocadéro, Paris, seen from the top of the Eiffel Tower on a cold November morning. Notice the warm lines in the road – presumably heat rising from the sewers.



Image made with a Therm-App Pro, 35mm f/1.1 lens, ThermViewer driver, Microsoft Image Composite Editor and a final modicum of bodging in Paint Shop Pro. Click image for access to the original (~15Mpix) version via Flickr.
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #126 on: December 23, 2017, 08:31:45 pm »
how to get the hidden  settings?
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #127 on: December 24, 2017, 03:25:00 am »
My dog,testo875
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #128 on: December 26, 2017, 04:07:46 am »
My dog,flir one pro.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #129 on: December 26, 2017, 04:19:19 am »
Did you process this image in anyway? It looks strange to me.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #130 on: January 01, 2018, 09:39:54 pm »
Absorption refrigerator.

Taken with Therm-App Pro & ThermViewer software, 19mm f/1.1 germanium lens. Several exposures combined in Microsoft Image Composite Editor (mostly because I was too lazy to move the fridge somewhere I could fit it into a single frame's field of view).

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #131 on: January 07, 2018, 11:31:23 pm »
SEEK compact pro with it‘s android APP
1?An OB Van in black-hot
The grids on the body are the Steel skeleton under the surface
2?A cup of water
 
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #132 on: January 08, 2018, 02:41:32 am »
Those look nice and sharp - excellent resolution and focus. The cup of water looks particularly nice, though the OB van image is more revealing.
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #133 on: January 08, 2018, 07:23:22 am »
Great gallery. Nice to see all the different images people take is collected at one place. Great work everyone. I'll add some of mine.

Subject: Our beloved cat that needed to shave of som fur
Camera: FLIR E75
Lens: 17mm f/1.3
Image manipulation: UltraMax


Subject: Internal bleeding in the right knee
Camera: FLIR E75
Lens: 17mm f/1.3
Image manipulation: UltraMax


Subject: Tulip. Red is cold.
Camera: FLIR E75
Lens: 17mm f/1.3
Image manipulation: UltraMax/Palette Generator/Snapseed

Created palette with Palette Generator. Increased details in image and added frame with Snapseed.

Subject: Raspberry Pi with FLIR Lepton connected
Camera: FLIR E75
Lens: 17mm f/1.3
Image manipulation: UltraMax


Subject: Gypsum skull model
Camera: FLIR E60
Lens: 17mm f/1.3
Image manipulation: Palette Generator/Detail improvements with Snapseed


Heated the scull in front of the woodstove to bring out the details in the scull structure. Created and applied the color palette with Palette Generator, and improved details with Snapseed.

Subject: Stack of waffles
Camera: FLIR E75
Lens: 17mm f/1.3
Image manipulation: UltraMax/Palette Generator
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #134 on: January 08, 2018, 08:32:42 am »
The skull in particular looks stunning. The plain background and single color makes it look like a tinted X-ray. Completely takes away what a thermal image usually looks like. And your technique of heating it from one side is giving me a vision of a thermal flash I never thought off.

You gave me some new ideas for things to try.

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I have been shooting images like crazy, on the street and often at parties - where there is usually no lighting or smoke so you can't see or photograph normally. I like to use an inverted grey pallette because it gives a great contrast and that helps our brain to see fine details even with my entry level imager.

I took my image with ThermalCamera+ and the new feature to his the palette and data burn on. Superresolution is on medium and image is upscaled by nearest neighbor zooming. Some are lower resolution, because the superresolution icon hasn't turned green due to too much movement - I have not fully understood the superresolution feature and how to use it best - but I am making progress. The new shutter option is really great for shooting on the go or not looking at the screen.

Subjects are scenes from parties and also some street photography.

I think about them more as special effect photographs and not thermographic images. The pure greyscale helps with that. For best viewing experience I suggest to move away from the screen a bit till your brain ticks and visualizes the image like magic.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #135 on: January 10, 2018, 07:38:19 am »
The plain background and single color makes it look like a tinted X-ray. Completely takes away what a thermal image usually looks like. And your technique of heating it from one side is giving me a vision of a thermal flash

It's quite effective to active heat objects with a heatgun or a heat flash, and the most insteresting thing is that if ofthen shows hidden structues under the sufrace when active heated. The US Navy did studies on using thermography to inspect aircraft fuselages for cracks and wear and tear and measure the plate thikness.

I have used it a lot to find corrosion under painted surfaces. The corrosion lights up like a xmas tree. But it only works where the corrosion is covered by painting.

Subject:Corrosion under painted surfaces
Camera: FLIR E75
Lens: 17mm f/1.3
Image manipulation: Screenshot from FLIR Tools.

Corrosion in lower part of car door


Corrosion around tank lid hinge bracket.
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #136 on: January 11, 2018, 08:06:29 am »
Subject:veins in the lower arm
Camera: FLIR A65
Lens: 13mm f/1.25
Image manipulation: Screenshot from FLIR Tools
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #137 on: January 28, 2018, 02:43:48 pm »
Subject: Flir's Ex hard case & Mr. C under a lot of stress from the vacuum cleaner sound
Camera: Flir E4
Lens: FOL7
Image manipulation: Waifu2x
Camera mods: E8+
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #138 on: January 28, 2018, 02:49:25 pm »
Subject: Distribution manifold from water main (white hot) and cast iron pipes from boiler furnace (black hot)
Camera: Flir E4
Lens: FOL7
Image manipulation: Waifu2x
Camera mods: E8+

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #139 on: February 07, 2018, 08:33:35 am »
Just on a lark, I thought to throw my FLIR in the bag when driving 19 hours (!!!) down to watch the Falcon Heavy launch:


I had it USB cabled to my Ubuntu laptop and used Cheese to record the stream. (For some reason, Cheese could see the device but VLC couldn't. Weird.) Best thing in the world would be if the camera could record video itself, but hey, this works!
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #140 on: February 07, 2018, 10:50:25 am »
It's not quite the 80k long range high speed camera, but I am jealous.

Elon had achieved a giant step with this rocket, it won't be target for human spaceflight anymore, but that means BFR is moving ahead.

The Starman livestream is he most surreal thing I have ever witnessed.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #141 on: February 08, 2018, 03:47:37 am »
Just on a lark, I thought to throw my FLIR in the bag when driving 19 hours (!!!) down to watch the Falcon Heavy launch:


I had it USB cabled to my Ubuntu laptop and used Cheese to record the stream. (For some reason, Cheese could see the device but VLC couldn't. Weird.) Best thing in the world would be if the camera could record video itself, but hey, this works!

Hey, were you the guy next to me in the turn basin?

I was using the Therm-App HZ next to you!
I left afterwards and realized I'd forgotten to ask you what  Flir camera you were using  on that tripod

This was my video!
https://streamable.com/0in9l
 
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #142 on: February 08, 2018, 06:29:27 am »
That's pretty cool, awesome vids, thanks.


That Therm-app cam really did a clean video too.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #143 on: February 08, 2018, 11:01:43 pm »
I've just got my hands on a T1030sc but the resolution is so high, I cannot post any of the images due to file size :( Looking at 4-5MB and image.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #144 on: February 08, 2018, 11:16:31 pm »
I've just got my hands on a T1030sc but the resolution is so high, I cannot post any of the images due to file size :( Looking at 4-5MB and image.

I'm sorry to hear you have that problem. If it will help, I'm happy to swap your T1030sc for a Therm-App...

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #145 on: February 09, 2018, 12:08:00 am »
It's only a loaner for now, want to give it a thorough testing to see if it is what we want.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #146 on: February 09, 2018, 12:17:00 am »
Well, let me know if you need any help! I should be able to give you a detailed assessment report in ... say ... five years?   ;)
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #147 on: February 09, 2018, 04:34:09 am »
I wonder how expensive such a camera is, must be multiple thousand. But such high framerates and radio metric videos must be top end features.

For the gallery purpose of this thread:
1. Trees in front of the night sky, look somewhat like human lungs.
2. Flattering hair with a hot iron.

I took the first image while attempting to image the clear night sky, but there is a lot of noise and also some bias in my sensor. I wonder if taking multiple exposures, with the same palette and temperature range would reduce the noise and show if there is any signal in the night sky. But I somehow need to take darkframes to subtract sensor bias and deadpixels - the capturing all already does part of this, but I want to capture some flat images that I can use in the stacking software.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #148 on: February 09, 2018, 05:12:04 am »
The Flir T1K (1024x768) is about $53k CAD. However I'm sure there's something else out there that is similar if not better.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery
« Reply #149 on: February 09, 2018, 06:03:08 am »
That much money can easily get you a 1280x1024 or even 1920x1080 LWIR camera - but not from FLIR. They do tend to overprice.
 


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