The HDR family of cameras are optimized for high dynamic range performance when presented with scenes containing strong thermal contrast. The HDR-M350 and HDR-M3k employ a unique automated fast-switching netural density filter mechanism designed to continually optimize the dynamic range performance over time and changing scene contrast conditions.
The HDR M700 presents a revolutionary upgrade to in-scene dynamic range capabilities compared to traditional thermal cameras. This all-new camera features a 24-bit architecture and an advanced on-chip saturation management solution to enable measurements of extremely wide temperature ranges in a single snapshot image. Traditional MW thermal cameras can typically measure a range of about 100-150 degrees in a single image using a single exposure time. The advanced design of the HDR M700 allows for a measurement range of approximately 900 degrees in a single exposure time snapshot, allowing for efficient imaging of hot and cold object simultaneously.