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arnold140@verizon.net arnold140@verizon.net
Tue, 21 Jun 2011 07:45:26 PDT

I had an energy audit done of the house and asked the technician to aim the camera at the plant which was in the basement ( due to the odor) under HID lights.

They use the camera both inside and outside to look for heat loss areas.

The camera are very expensive on the order of 800 to 1000 dollars.


Jun 21, 2011 10:39:59 AM, pbs@lists.ibiblio.org wrote:


    In message <1749074027.6281762.1308663814749.JavaMail.root@vznit170080>,
    arnold140@verizon.net writes
    >Have a look at an infra-red image of a flowering Arum.

    Arnold, how did you take that photo? After the original discussion I
    looked for thermal cameras, and they're very expensive. I ended up at a
    site that gave instructions on how to turn a cheap infrared thermometer
    into a camera.

    (infrared cameras are common and cheap and not the same thing)

    David Pilling
    email: david@pilling.demon.co.uk
    web: http://www.davidpilling.net/
    post: David Pilling, P.O. Box 22, Thornton-Cleveleys, Blackpool. FY5 1LR. UK
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