DJI Zenmuse XT 640x512 resolution, 30 Hz 13mm lens thermal camera for sale. Bought this camera in hopes of doing roof inspections and solar work, but haven't had the time to follow up. It's in excellent condition, used 5-6 times. Asking $2,850, shipping included for continental US (Hawaii, Alaska and PR, actual cost}. These are export limited, so shipping to US addresses only. This is not the radiometric model, but as Syazoo points out in his excellent discussion of the radiometric v. the non radiometric models, there is little difference in 90+% of applications. The radiometric version records temperature data for every pixel. The non radiometric version records temperature data for a small matrix of pixels in the center of the image. The software then interpolates the color of surrounding pixels based on the center matrix data to determine an approximate temperature. It's obviously not as accurate, 10-20% vs. 1-2%. However, most of the time you're more interested in the relative temperature differences between areas within an image than you are in the absolute value. For example in search and rescue you just want to know where the warm spots are, in roof inspections you want to know where the boundaries of temperature differences are, not the actual temperatures. There are very few applications where the absolute temperature is required. I've used this camera at night and it has excellent resolution in the dark. If there's the smallest temperature gradient, day or night, it'll show up.