FLIR E75, E85, and E95 cameras offer the superior resolution and range performance needed to quickly identify hot spots and discover potential points of failure in electrical distribution and mechanical systems. With up to 161,472 pixel resolution and a larger, more vibrant LCD screen than any other pistol-grip thermal camera, the Exx-Series makes it easier than ever to diagnose problems – even at a distance. Avoid costly shutdowns and lost production time through regular predictive maintenance routines with these rugged, intuitive cameras.

The FLIR E75 has the sensitivity and resolution needed to diagnose problems and find hidden deficiencies – even from a distance.

Product Overview

• 320 x 240 IR resolution (76,800 pixels)

• NETD 0.03 °C@30 °C

• 4X continuous digital zoom

 • High temperature up to +1000°C

• Optional lens with AutoCal™ function

• Live IR video with data

• Automatic GPS and direction record

• Autofocus with laser pointer, faster and more accurate

• UltraMax™ function, generating IR images with 640 x 480 resolution


Thermal Camera 
Focal Plane Array (FPA) / Spectral range Uncooled microbolometer/7.5–14 µm
IR resolution 320 × 240 pixels
Thermal sensitivity / NETD  0.03 °C@30 °C
Field of view (FOV) / Minimum focus distance

42° × 32° / 0.15m (0.49 ft.)

24° × 18° / 0.15m (0.49 ft.)

14° × 10° / 1.0m (3.28 ft.)

Spatial resolution (IFOV)

2.41 mrad/pixel, 42°

1.31 mrad/pixel, 24°

0.75 mrad/pixel, 14°


Continuous LDM

One-shot LDM

One-shot contrast


Zoom 1–4× continuous, digital
Object temperature range

–20 to +120°C (–4 to 248°F)

0–650°C (32–1200°F)

Optional 300–1000°C (572–1830°F)

Accuracy   ±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading, for ambient temperature 15–35°C (59–95°F) and object temperature above 0°C (32°F)
Spotmeter 1 in live mode
Area 1 in live mode
Automatic hot / cold detection Auto-maximum/minimum markers within area
Isotherm Above/Below/Interval/Condensation/Insulation
Emissivity correction Yes: variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from materials list
Measurement corrections Yes