Wednesday, November 10, 2021
HIKMICRO Mini1 Review: Great value in a tiny package

It has been a while since our last thermal camera review. This time we move indoors again to try a new phone add-on made by HIKMicro, the Mini1. Let’s see how it performs, how it works, what we can use it for and most importantly…is it worth your cash?

Wednesday, August 18, 2021
HTI HT-C8 Review : A Compact Dual Purpose Device

We’ve had some time to play around with the smallest sibling of HTI’s HT-series; the HT-C8 25mm. HTI has been in the thermal game for some time now but only recently they've ventured into observation and hunting devices. Join us with this in-depth review and see what they came up with.

Saturday, January 2, 2021
ThermalBase Roadmap for 2021

Finally, we can leave 2020 behind! We hope that all of you are safe and healthy during these weird and difficult times and we wish you all a happy, succesful, and above all, a healthy 2021! ThermalBase has been working hard behind the scenes to prepare for new platform upgrades, a growing device library and more reviews for this year. Read on to see what we got in store for you.

Tuesday, December 1, 2020
How Do Thermal Cameras Work?

Looking for your first thermal camera can be a difficult task. You might not be familiar with how they work, what types are available on the market or what to keep into consideration when choosing your thermal camera. With this article we hope to give you a solid basic understanding of these topics, making you more comfortable in choosing the right device for your unique situation.

Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Review of the LM6P Thermal Imaging Camera

Today we'll be looking at a new thermal monocular made by LMIR, the LM6P-25. This thermal camera uses a 384 x 288 pixels VOx (Vanadium Oxide) sensor with advanced image processing algorithms. Let's put this device through its paces and see how it performs, shall we?

Saturday, July 4, 2020
Review of the CEM T-20 Thermal Imaging Camera for Android

At ThermalBase our main focus is on handheld thermal imaging cameras operating completely on their own, often employed in the field. Once in a while however, we like to try out something different. Meet the T-20, a new Android based thermal imaging camera, made by CEM instruments which has just been released into the wild. Let’s see what it’s all about!


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