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with the Next X-Series HS Infrared Camera Systems from FLIR 


FLIR X6980-HS & X8580-HS thermal video camera.Introducing the FLIR X6980-HS and X8580-HS thermal science cameras with enhanced high-speed data performance.

These new additions to the FLIR X-Series line of performance thermal cameras are designed to take connectivity and on-camera recording to the next level, providing unparalleled high-speed data streaming and up to two full hours of on-camera data recording without the risk of dropped frames.

Plus, the X6980-HS and X8580-HS offer a proprietary triggering, synchronization and a TSPI (Time and Space-Positioning Information) and accurate IRIG time stamping system that ensures precise, on-time recording.

Tests can be expensive, and that dropped frame could be the critical data your team needed to make critical decisions.

Visit to learn more about the advantages of FLIR’s new lightning-fast X-Series models and talk with us about getting a Next X-Series HS camera for your research.

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FLIR X-HS Series Infrared Cameras | Don’t Lose a Moment of Critical Testing

In demanding environments such as scientific, defense, and aerospace research, critical testing events may only last a fraction of a second and missing data could prove costly. Having a high-performance infrared camera is therefore essential to capture and stream high-speed events flawlessly, ensuring no data loss and no dropped frames. In fields where tests are expensive, losing even a single frame could mean missing crucial data.

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Talk with us about the Next X-Series HS from FLIR:

Contact a Hadland Imaging representative to learn more about ultra high-speed infrared imaging solutions & everything else you need to get the job done right. 

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Keywords: FLIR, high-speed infrared imaging, high-speed thermal imaging, longwave, LWIR, midwave, MWIR, ultra high-speed imaging solutions, X6980-HS, X8580-HS

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