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Offline Spirit532

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Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« on: May 21, 2019, 06:34:15 pm »
Since the first thermal imaging gallery thread broke a few times, it was suggested that another one is started.

If you're sharing something, please add some info to your post, like this:
  • Subject: Hand
  • Camera: FLIR T440bx
  • Lens: 18mm
  • Original resolution: 320x240
  • Camera mods: None(but for example - pano head, macro adapter, peltier cooling, etc)
  • Image manipulation: JoeC's image decoder, TIFF, then upscaled with waifu2x with some denoising. Compressed to tiny JPEG.
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2019, 08:04:44 pm »
Thanks for doing this. Can I add a plea that when quoting a post with an embedded image, we don't re-post the image itself? It's not hard to edit out the IMG tags from the text you're quoting.
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2019, 08:09:10 pm »
Curious. I have twice tried to post images to this new thread and ended up with a HTTP 500 error, the same as I get with the original thread.

Anyone have any ideas? Is there a maximum number of pixels for an attached image (separate from the 1MB-per-image file size limitation)?
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #3 on: June 19, 2019, 05:08:00 am »
TE-Q1

Grass, dirt and my leg on a sunny summer day.


Copper lizard in the shadow of a tree. Warm summer day. Ectothermic animals don't show up well in IR.


Horses eating grass sunny day. Notice the fabric on the right horse is transparent in IR.
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #4 on: June 19, 2019, 06:40:16 pm »
Horses eating grass sunny day. Notice the fabric on the right horse is transparent in IR.
Transparent?... or has the horse's body warmed the fabric where it touches? Considering that where the fabric hangs more loose (around legs) it isn't as bright.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #5 on: June 30, 2019, 04:41:18 am »
Camera : Seek Thermal Compact (2017 version)
Sensor Resolution : 206x156

Ironing



Cooking Stove



Frying Pan

 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #6 on: July 06, 2019, 09:07:16 am »
Flir E4 320X240 pix hacked

The cat wich let me live in his house. (E4 before the mod)


hoof (i was surprised by the temp gradient)


Also a surprise, i thought gassas do not radiate much.


You can see the bricks in the wall.  :o



 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #7 on: July 06, 2019, 08:28:51 pm »
When you visually see gas it's most probably not really a gas that you are seeing but an aerosol. Most commonly water droplets or soot.

Both radiate pretty well in infrared ;)

In addition some gases do radiate themselves but that would be weak next to the aerosols.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #8 on: July 07, 2019, 08:54:03 am »
Raytheon BST core
Resolution: 320*240
First image is my main computer crunching some numbers and encoding video with the side panel off
second is my youngest brother holding one of the labcats
Image processing chain is CVBS-HDMI converter then capped in an Elgato cap card, no postprocessing.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #9 on: July 07, 2019, 09:24:43 am »
TE-Q1

Grass, dirt and my leg on a sunny summer day.

Copper lizard in the shadow of a tree. Warm summer day. Ectothermic animals don't show up well in IR.

Horses eating grass sunny day. Notice the fabric on the right horse is transparent in IR.
I always suspected cold-blooded animals wouldn't be visible, but it's nice to have it actually confirmed.
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #10 on: July 24, 2019, 01:16:41 am »
screenshot of a framegrab from the analog video signal of a MIRICLE 110K-35 which outputs AGC currently. The grab and capture takes away the phenomenal quality these 35µm pixels have. I can't wait to get it working digitally and to put the 32mm f/1 onto the bigger sensor.

working on it today.

*the sensor resolution is 384x288, the way I obtained the images isn't true 1:1 pixels
 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #11 on: July 26, 2019, 05:51:10 am »
TE-Q1
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #12 on: July 26, 2019, 10:11:58 pm »
Castelo de Santa Cruz, A Coruña, Spain.

Therm-App Pro, 35mm lens, ThermViewer, MS Image Composite Editor, Paintshop Pro. These images are one-third size; the thumbnail is the full size image.





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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #13 on: July 31, 2019, 06:37:15 am »
Had some free time today so i was able to take the camera out for a "spin"  ;D

Camera : Seek Thermal Compact (2017 version)
Sensor Resolution : 206 x 156

Car



Building



Trees, car and building



Air exhaust



Air exhaust 2



Building, car and trees 2



Tower



Buildings landscape



Building



Side of Building



Water Tap


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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #14 on: August 02, 2019, 11:59:50 pm »
2.5mm DC connectors intermittently running about 3 to 4A, powering a 12V compressor fridge.

Therm-App Pro camera, 13mm f/1 lens, ThermViewer, overlay and cropping in PaintShop Pro (no image processing).
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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #15 on: August 14, 2019, 04:07:41 am »
Camera : Seek Thermal Compact Standard (2017 Version)
Sensor Resolution : 206x156

A few angles with my old Sony Camcorder:







 

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Re: Thermal Imaging Gallery II
« Reply #16 on: August 15, 2019, 05:21:48 am »
Some ordinary Seek Compact Pro flicks...
A little great tit enjoying a nut from my leg. (Man, I have to go for a 30Hz device! Those birds are so fast  :-// )


And my 3D printed lantern interior with 130 WS2812B leds. Used a cheap chineese PSU where the power cables are so thin that they act as heater and gave me a massive voltage drop to my leds...


 
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