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john645:
Can someone please suggest a thermal camera for thermal vision inside a car? This would mean traveling at high speed and still be able to see things. Better if it could connect to a small computer like RPI or screen or can you please point me to stuff I can read to understand these cameras better and choose something. Thank you :-+

svgurus:
what size/distance to objects? do you want to look through open window? your car has space under hood to adapt other manufacturers thermal cam? your car/laws allow mounting camera on top and you ride there noone will steal it? looking through open windows is easiest way, others need much more skill/knowledge

Ultrapurple:
And don't forget, long wave thermal cameras (the most common kind) cannot see through glass. So you won't be able to have the thermal camera inside the passenger compartment looking out through the windshield (or whatever).



john645:

--- Quote from: svgurus on July 25, 2021, 12:54:12 pm ---what size/distance to objects? do you want to look through open window? your car has space under hood to adapt other manufacturers thermal cam? your car/laws allow mounting camera on top and you ride there noone will steal it? looking through open windows is easiest way, others need much more skill/knowledge

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I want to be able to see things like hot red lights and road lamps that have just been turned off but still hot and also small animals/birds on tree branches extending over the road. Would this be easier to do at night or day? Distance would be about 30 meters. It depends on what I can get for around $600 and 30m might be asking for too much. I wanted to have the camera inside behind the windshield but if that wont work then under the hood behind the grill.

john645:

--- Quote from: Ultrapurple on July 25, 2021, 01:52:37 pm ---And don't forget, long wave thermal cameras (the most common kind) cannot see through glass. So you won't be able to have the thermal camera inside the passenger compartment looking out through the windshield (or whatever).





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I wanted it inside the car but it can also be put under the hood behind the grill or somewhere not everyone can see

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