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Old 05 September 2008, 12:09   #11
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Old 05 September 2008, 12:35   #12
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We use IR cameras at work, you need to be a bit careful where they get pointed at, especially if some of the ladies from the office walk past...

Good for fault finding though.
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Old 05 September 2008, 14:34   #14
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I had a look at the FLIR website and apparently "The Navigator comes at an extremely affordable price. As from now on, price is no longer an object to use thermal imaging on board of your vessel." I have a feeling that "extremely affordable" could be an entirely relative term in this context.
I think the video on the website said just shy of 4000 EURO
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H'mmm to what benefit if they are lost overboard

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May I suggest that if you are concerned about losing people over the side at night you make the cheaper option and buy some white parachute flares.

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Unless it has an alarm sensor to indicate something has crossed the cameras path, the only benefit is to watch "possibly in slow motion" countless times the actual person going overboard.

Better still invest in a few cameras so you can watch from every angle.
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Old 22 September 2008, 07:57   #16
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We use IR cameras at work, you need to be a bit careful where they get pointed at, especially if some of the ladies from the office walk past...
Simon, I am having trouble visualizing that. Any chance you post some photos for us to demonstrate this?
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Awesome - hurry up and start using it - then stick the videos on youtube!!!
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Awesome - hurry up and start using it - then stick the videos on youtube!!!
Hadn't thought about recording the footage, it's just a live feed to the chartplotter, good idea though.

I've got some kind of recording thingy with 2x 80gb flashcards for my 2 bullet cameras all from dogcamsport. Must be a way to wire the IR camera into that as well but it's definately not my area of expertise!
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