FLIR GF77 is the first uncooled infrared camera from FLIR to visualise methane emissions in real time for faster, more efficient gas leak surveys. This nimble, affordable alternative to FLIR’s industry-leading cooled optical gas imagers was designed for use by renewable energy producers at natural gas power plants, and at locations along the natural gas supply chain.
Methane-specific spectral filtering
Targeting the spectral filter improves visualisation of methane while also reducing false negatives from gases that absorb in other wavelengths.
One-touch contrast enhancement
With 1-Touch Level/Span, a quick tap on the screen automatically improves contrast between the gas compound and the background scene.
Accentuated plume movement
Easily toggle on/off High Sensitivity Mode (HSM). This proprietary video processing technique highlights plume movement for increased gas detectability.
Award-winning, ergonomic design
Based on the FLIR T-Series platform, the GF77 offers a 180° rotating optical block, vibrant touchscreen LCD, and eyepiece for ease-of-use in direct sunlight.
Robust camera features
From the laser-assisted autofocus to the responsive touchscreen graphic interface, the GF77 offers the latest high-tech features expected from FLIR.
Streamlined reporting features
Organise findings in the field using the built-in voice annotation, GPS tagging, customisable work folders, and Wi-Fi connections for video streaming or sharing.