Fluke LaserSharp® Auto Focus
Fluke's LaserSharp® Auto Focus is available on Fluke Ti200 and higher models. This is perhaps the most helpful feature Fluke ever created for its thermal cameras. LaserSharp® Auto Focus, as the name suggests, uses a laser to focus on a specific, user-defined location. By measuring the distance to the defined area like a laser distance meter would, Fluke cameras with LaserSharp® Auto Focus are able to provide exact focus on whatever the laser points to, even if that spot is behind a fence or other foreground obstruction. Take a look at the video below to see this firsthand.
Fluke IR-OptiFlexTM is available on Ti/TiR 110 and 125 Series Fixed-Focus thermal cameras. This technology gives you the option to use these focus-free cameras in manual focus mode if you need to. Any distance closer than 4 ft will require you to use manual focus mode. You can switch between modes easily with one button. Keep in mind this technology is not for everyone; manual focus will result in a higher frequency of inaccurate temperature readings. You will likely need both hands to manually focus properly and there is a learning curve. If these drawbacks worry you, go for a Fluke thermal camera with LaserSharp® Auto Focus.
Fluke SmartView® Software
software is included for free with each and every thermal camera Fluke sells. This software makes data analysis and reporting streamlined and easy. Simply load your images into the software to begin editing. One notable feature of the SmartView®
software is the option it gives you to adjust the AutoBlendTM
ratio of any image you have made. In other words, you can adjust the digital/thermal ratio of any image for clearer review or emphasis on important areas. Check out the image below to see the Fluke SmartView®
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