Re: Newport Tuna
I was a pioneering home inspector in the Portland area over 15 years ago to start using Infrared as apart of the process for building diagnostics, now it's a specialty. The thermal resolution is the same as any other camera, better resolution the more defined the image. Now days most of the imagers have the capability to overlap a visible image with an infrared image to make what you're looking at more apparent. While a low resolution imager may not be the best option for building diagnostic the lower end units with built in overlay might be OK for spotting temperature differences on the water, that's all it does it show the surface temperatures in a visible image. My latest IR camera was just over 14 boat bucks, and I've had many over the years, none of which I will take anywhere near saltwater though.