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Can an Integrated MWIR Camera and Continuous Zoom Lens Save Time and Money?

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Tuesday, August 4, 2020
FLIR Systems Inc.

Midwave infrared (MWIR) cameras with continuous zoom optics provide powerful thermal imaging over a range of distances, but integrating the lens and camera pose unique challenges. This paper explores these obstacles and illustrates how FLIR, as a single solution provider, meets them head on - with its own zoom lenses designed for and fully integrated with its Neutrino™ portfolio of MWIR camera cores.

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