The infrared camera that I chose is the FLIR T300. It has beautiful images, with medical specs of 240 x 320 pixels. This means that there are 76,800 pixels going to the body to measure the temperature 76,800 times over the full frame area. The temperature from each pixel are translated by the FLIR camera into colors that make a very readable and understandable image. Heat is recorded in the yellow, red & white hot range. Coolness is shown with the colors blue, purple, and black.
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