Thermal camera bag: a new, more efficient and more versatile option for storage

By using a thermal camera to store photos and videos, the security camera camera can save space and improve the quality of photos and video.

Thermal cameras are currently a standard option for digital camera manufacturers but they require an investment in equipment and installation.

With the arrival of the Thermaltake PX-L6, manufacturers are now offering thermal cameras for a fraction of the cost of a comparable digital camera and are expected to increase adoption of the product.

Thermaltakes latest thermal camera bag comes with the latest generation of thermal imaging sensors that are able to capture higher resolution images than the previous generation.

The new PXL6 features a 5-inch color LCD display that provides up to 20 megapixels and features a maximum output of up to 5 megapops.

The thermal camera is also able to be configured to be powered by a rechargeable battery.

The thermal camera’s ability to record more than 4 megapounces of light per minute can improve the camera’s visibility in dark locations, which can improve security and alert visibility in the event of a fire.

In addition, the thermal camera can record up to 30 seconds of video, which is sufficient for storing and sharing video footage.

The camera can also record a video image in 5 frames per second.

The video can then be captured in the user’s preferred format such as 1080p, 720p, or 480p.

The PXP6 is compatible with any device that supports HDMI video output.

Thermo-Tek is also introducing a new thermal camera lens that can be used with the thermal sensor to capture up to 40 megapix and can capture up a maximum of 20 megapixel images.

The lens is also equipped with an integrated camera, which provides up a resolution of up the 30 megapigrams per second, according to the company.

The Thermally Compatible Thermals PXC-L7 will be available in October and will cost $199.99.