For as long as I've been aware of thermal cameras I have wanted one. In addition to being a really cool piece of technology it is uber useful. In my work at TechwareLabs.com we review a LOT of hardware, pretty much anything that uses electricity. That means heat, and at times quite a bit of it. Wouldn't it be handy to see the heat that any given object puts off? You could isolate sources of heat and cold, find out if one part is hotter than another and get its exact temperature within 0.06 degrees C. For the more analytical among us it would be cool to see if those larger heatpipes actually convey more heat no pun intended. Introducing the E6 from Flir, a Thermal Imager for your needs.
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TechwareLabs compares the Liquid Image Torque HD Video Goggles against the GoPro HD Hero 2. We demonstrate video and audio quality using side by side shots of the same video footage so you can truly see and hear the difference. See why we selected the Liquid Image goggles over the GoPro HD Hero 2. Read our full review at: http://www.techwarelabs.com/liquid-image-torque-hd-video-goggles-review/
If you have ever recorded video in a noisy environment only to find out later that your video looks fine but sounds horrible then you need a shotgun microphone. These microphones help eliminate the noise you don't want and record what you do. MXL makes a dizzying array of microphones suited for all types of purposes. The MXL FR-310 is a budget conscious shotgun microphone for the average consumer and beginning videographer.