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DJI Zenmuse XT-Radiometric

Thermal imaging camera with 13mm lens, 30Hz thermal imaging rate and 8X digital zoom

Item # 964XTA13FR

This high-tech thermal camera displays accurate thermal data down to the individual image pixel level.

This high-tech thermal camera displays accurate thermal data down to the individual image pixel level.

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About the DJI Zenmuse XT-Radiometric

Thermal imaging camera for Matrice drones

The DJI Zenmuse XT-Radiometric records and displays extremely precise temperature information. Professional users can tap any pixel on the visual display for accurate spot temperature measurement, or select an area to display average, highest, and lowest temperatures. This model features a 13mm lens, 30Hz thermal frame rate and up to 8X digital zoom.

Thermal imaging camera for Matrice drones

The DJI Zenmuse XT-Radiometric records and displays extremely precise temperature information. Professional users can tap any pixel on the visual display for accurate spot temperature measurement, or select an area to display average, highest, and lowest temperatures. This model features a 13mm lens, 30Hz thermal frame rate and up to 8X digital zoom.

Versatile mobile app

The downloadable DJI XT Pro app for iOS® devices helps you gather thermal data quickly and efficiently. It allows you to lock the camera onto a specific object, tap a spot on the screen for an instant temperature reading, and focus on a specific temperature band.

Display options help you make sense of what you're seeing quickly, with adjustable color palettes, picture-in-picture, and hybrid visual/thermal data image overlays. And you can set it to notify you any time it detects a temperature spike that exceeds your pre-set parameters. Three specialized image enhancement modes make thermal images easier to read at a glance.

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Product highlights:

  • FLIR longwave infrared thermal camera records precise radiometric temperature information
    • tap any pixel for accurate temperature measurement
    • select an area to display average, highest, and lowest temperatures
  • shoots 640 x 512 thermal images at 30 fps
  • up to 8X digital zoom
  • uncooled VOx (vanadium oxide) microbolometer
  • 13mm fixed lens (f/1.25)
  • thermal resolution: 640 x 512
  • maximum thermal frame rate: 30 Hz (NTSC), 25 Hz (PAL)
  • thermal sensitivity (NEdT): <50 mk @ f/1.0
  • compatible with Matrice 100 and Inspire 1 unmanned aerial vehicles
  • still photography modes: single shot, burst, and interval
  • records to optional microSD memory card
DJI XT Pro app for iOS®:
  • Temp Alarm: get instant notifications when temperatures exceed pre-set parameters
  • Heat Track: instantly lock the camera onto the hottest object in view
  • FLIR MSX® overlays image data on top of thermal data for easier interpretation
  • Temp Check: tap your monitor screen to get a localized real-time temperature measurement
  • lock on to an object of interest with Quick Track
  • Isotherms: focus on a specific temperature band
  • adjustable color palettes let you customize how data is displayed
  • image enhancement modes: Digital Detail Enhancement™, Smart Scene Optimization™ and Active Contrast Enhancement™
  • Information Based HEQT (IBHEQ) compresses complex visual data to create a high-quality image
  • picture-in-picture lets you monitor visual and thermal feeds independently on one screen
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