Infrared camera designed to capture automated, focused image

Fluke's Ti450 Infrared Camera uses Multisharp Focus technology, which is designed to capture an automated, focused image of multiple targets at once, delivering the image clarity needed by professional thermographers and maintenance managers.
By Fluke February 27, 2016

Fluke's Ti450 Infrared Camera uses Multisharp Focus technology, which is designed to capture an automated, focused image of multiple targets at once, delivering the image clarity needed by professional thermographers and maintenance managers. Courtesy: FlFluke’s Ti450 Infrared Camera uses Multisharp Focus technology, which is designed to rapidly takes multiple images and combines them to produce one in-focus image. The advanced focusing system enables users to capture an automated, focused image of multiple targets at once, delivering the image clarity needed by professional thermographers and maintenance managers. The Ti450 delivers images automatically focused throughout the field of view. The Ti450 includes a mode that increases effective image resolution to 640 x 480, a 2x and 4x digital zoom that enables you to zoom in on a small part of the target. It also features LaserSharp Auto Focus, which is designed to deliver instant focus on a single target by using a built-in laser distance meter to calculate and display the distance to the designated target with pinpoint accuracy.

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