From the minute you pickup the Fluke Ti25 you know that you are holding a quality Fluke instrument. Solid, firm, soft touch rubber with plenty of FLUKE yellow… all these things are immediately noticeable and the impression is lasting. At 1.2kg it is not the lightest “point and shoot” camera in it’s class, but the quality and robust feel does fill you with confidence. A positive audible chirp on start-up let’s you know that the camera is firing up just moments before the flash screen appears. The camera boots up surprisingly fast, although it takes a couple more seconds for the image to calibrate and stabilise before it is in a useful state. For a 160×120 detector, the image is surprisingly good, in fact unbelievably good. This might have something to do with the 3.6 inch 640×480 VGA LCD display. Obviously to get a native image from 160×120 up to 640×480 involves some kind of enhancement, and Fluke have done believably well. My immediate suspicion is whether it will look as good in a report or on the PC as it does on the camera, something I will need to wait to find out. The stated thermal sensitivity of 100mk also appears to be conservative. This is a very crisp image, that would by first impressions appear to be better the stated sensitivity.