Understanding IR Resolution and what it really means when purchasing an IR Camera

Understanding IR Resolution

We try to break down everything you need to know about resolution before buying.

When looking at a series of thermal cameras, the biggest difference between the individual models is the size of the microbolometer inside. This IR resolution determines how detailed your thermal images will be and the information they contain. Read More...

April 4, 2014 - By: Edward O.


Understanding Maximum Range with Night Vision Optics

Choosing the Right Range for Thermal Night Vision

One of the opening questions when considering thermal night vision is always: "how far can I see?"

Your desired range will be a key factor in deciding what FLIR unit is right for you: are you in dense forest looking 25-75 yards away? Or are you out on a hilltop glassing at 500 yards? Read More...

April 7, 2014 - By: Edward O.


Spend over $200 and receive free FLIR tools

FLIR Canada Bonus Buys 2015 Available Now

Spend over $200 on ShopFLIR and you'll be eligible to receive a loads of free FLIR gear.

A great promotional offer from FLIR for customers purchasing over $200 worth of tools. This promotion is set to run from now until the end of June 2015 and offers customers no less than twelve free options. Learn More...

March 6, 2014 - By: Jared H.


The FLIR C2 is a compact thermal imager, designed for the pockets of building professionals

Pocket Portable and Highly Affordable

The FLIR C2 is ready to make thermal technology accessible on every job-site and in every home.

Available now, the new FLIR C2 Compact Thermal Imager offers a slim, light profile that fits comfortably in most pockets, making it easy to keep the C2 at your side. Learn More...

March 3, 2014 - By: Jared H.