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Actual resolution of Flir One V2

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frenky:
Seek and Flir have a "similar" problem.

Seeks sensor is really bad so they are using fake images for marketing to make it look better.

On the other hand Flir has a really good sensor and they have to cripple it so that it doesen't output too good images. :D

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NathanFowler:
So -- looking at this image in "Live" mode using FLIR Tools on iOS 1.5.1 this is pretty much what I see -- the linear division in the highlighted 'red section in the image.  This also occurs in the exact same spot on FLIR Tools in "Live" mode with MSX blending disabled.  I wonder what the cause for this is?

tomas, this is your image attached

tomas123:

--- Quote from: NathanFowler on November 11, 2015, 03:18:34 am ---"Live" mode using FLIR Tools on iOS 1.5.1 this is pretty much what I see -- the linear division in the highlighted 'red section in the image.

--- End quote ---

Which Flir Camera do you mean?
I only know the live mode of Flir Tools Mobile App with the Flir Exx serie over WLAN.

edit:
I checked it myself.
Flir 1 G1 for Iphone:  [ + ] Livestream in FlirTools
Flir 1 G2 for Android: [ -  ] Livestream in FlirTools

tomas123:

--- Quote from: tomas123 on November 10, 2015, 07:01:21 pm ---
seriously: The sdk app has crop factor switch.
If you unplug the Flir One and then start the SDK.app then all simulation images are uncropped.
If you plug in the Flir One then the simulation get the config values from the real camera and simulation images are cropped!!


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the corresponding code snippet in UsbCommunicator.java sendConfigDataToSimulatedDevice()

--- Code: ---public void sendDataToDevice(byte[] data, ProtocolType protocolType)
{
  if (this.IS_SIMULATED) {
    switch (protocolType) {
    case CONFIGURATION:
      sendConfigDataToSimulatedDevice(data);
      break;
    }
  }
  else {
    UsbEndpoint destinationEndpoint;
    switch (protocolType) {
    case CONFIGURATION:
      destinationEndpoint = this.configWriteEndpoint;
      break;
    case FILEIO:
      destinationEndpoint = this.fileioWriteEndpoint;
      break;
    default:
      android.util.Log.w("UsbCommunicator", "Attempted to send data on knosupported protocol!"); return;
    }
    UsbEndpoint destinationEndpoint;
    sendData(destinationEndpoint, data, data.length);
  }
}

--- End code ---

tomas123:

--- Quote from: tomas123 on November 10, 2015, 07:01:21 pm ---
see the difference in image size and calibration values
Planck R1 = 16528.178 is my real Flir1G2  :-DD


--- Code: --->exiftool -Pla* *
======== FLIROne-2015-11-10-19-42-17+0100.jpg
Planck R1                       : 18453.355
Planck B                        : 1460.6
Planck F                        : 1
Planck O                        : -7003
Planck R2                       : 0.013993904

======== FLIROne-2015-11-10-19-44-55+0100.jpg
Planck R1                       : 16528.178
Planck B                        : 1427.5
Planck F                        : 1
Planck O                        : -1307
Planck R2                       : 0.012258549
--- End code ---

conclusion:
Flir has a scale factor, a crop factor and noise to depreciate a thermal sensor !


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from SDK:
as attachment the defaults for virtual camera (simulator) with full resolution

calib.rsc (compare with exiftool output of first image above)

--- Code: ---.calib.extRBF.ds120C_weRB_apNOA_fiNOF_le.B double 1460.6
.calib.extRBF.ds120C_weRB_apNOA_fiNOF_le.F double 1
.calib.extRBF.ds120C_weRB_apNOA_fiNOF_le.J0 double 7003
.calib.extRBF.ds120C_weRB_apNOA_fiNOF_le.J1 double 71.459686
.calib.extRBF.ds120C_weRB_apNOA_fiNOF_le.R double 18453.355
--- End code ---

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