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Which thermal camera for monitoring my Raynaud's & my body heat? P2Pro,T2S,T3S?

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aargee:

--- Quote from: Jet1 on January 26, 2023, 02:22:19 am ---
You mentioned that you currently have a Flir E4. Why did you decide to order a P2 Pro as well? Does the P2 Pro have better capabilities than the E4 (even though the E4 seems to cost quite a bit more than the P2 Pro) ?


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Yes, it the P2 has certain better capabilities.

Jet1:
aargee, thanks. May I ask in which ways it has better capabilities?

As a follow-up to my previous post in reply to Fraser's useful reply with what FOV is needed at which distances: I've come to think about that instead of relying on a selfie-stick, in this case it would be better if I just placed the camera on a static tripod and then positioned myself a few meters away to be in full view in a 45 degree lens. Hopefully the image detail would be decent enough and not so much thermal data being lost that the image would be unusable. At least this way it would work with the lens of either a T2S+ or T2L.

Fraser:
 :-+

Bill W:

--- Quote from: Jet1 on January 24, 2023, 01:36:55 am ---Hi,
I have Raynaud's Phenomenon (poor circulation condition) and want to buy a thermal camera for monitoring how heat moves in my body after exposing myself to what triggers the condition (such as cold exposure of various kinds), this way finding areas of especially weak blood circulation for example.

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One of my former colleagues had Raynaulds, although just in one finger.  That was clearly visible in any of our fire cameras (320x240) as he used it as his factory visitor 'tourist trail ' party trick.

His finger was basically at ambient - so not looking for small differences.

Bill

Lambda:
Hi.  :)

I dare to shortly come in this thread, just for bringing an additional illustration about what said Bill here:


--- Quote from: Bill W on February 04, 2023, 01:00:34 am ---
One of my former colleagues had Raynaulds, although just in one finger.  That was clearly visible in any of our fire cameras (320x240) as he used it as his factory visitor 'tourist trail ' party trick.

His finger was basically at ambient - so not looking for small differences.

Bill

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In this video i just made, one of the most common symptom of the Raynaud syndrome is clearly visible through the hand monitoring. The camera used is based on an ancient core and has moderate performances compared to modern standards.



I hope Jet1 you will, as soon as possible, implement your project. With the above collection of advices and analysis, you have already plenty of priceless information for that.  :-+
On top of everything elsel, i hope you will get rid of this syndrome, form one way to another.

Good luck.

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