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    Default FLIR image

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    Thanksgiving day started at -5 F, today high of 39 F. Two out of 15 shown here; one is the double nuc, looks like maybe one side is gone, beekeeper error The rest are good. Only 4 months to go, I hope the temps stay pretty even and donít fluctuate like it has been here the past few days. Deb
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    thats super cool! Is that detecting heat through the insulation??

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    Could also be at the other end of the box so showing as cooler.

    We got up above freezing today, was nice being able to see the girls cleaning house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aran View Post
    thats super cool! Is that detecting heat through the insulation??
    Yes, through the roofing tar paper and foam insulation. The hives are facing south, with no insulation on the south side.
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    what a cool gadget im gonna need to ask santa for one of these!

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    Default Re: FLIR image

    It looks like the right side colony could be in the top, and the insulation is hiding it.

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    I need one of those.
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    Default Re: FLIR image

    The one Amazon is much cheaper than a FLIR. Do you think it works as well for bee-detecting? I want a FLIR but $500 is too expensive for my budget.

    Nancy

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    I have a seek 4D9F462C-2980-4B67-9156-F4341CA3F2C8.jpeg this is 5 nucís

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    Quote Originally Posted by enjambres View Post
    The one Amazon is much cheaper than a FLIR. Do you think it works as well for bee-detecting? I want a FLIR but $500 is too expensive for my budget.

    Nancy
    Hi Nancy, the FLIR I have fits into an older Samsung android; it was about $250.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Foster Collins View Post
    It looks like the right side colony could be in the top, and the insulation is hiding it.

    That’s what I think. I’ll find out Friday, it’ll be around 40*. My concern this year is out of 16 about 7 have a high cluster already.
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