I got the FLIR Scout TK. It's the only one remotely affordable to me. And yes, the resolution is quite low and even the field of view is pretty tough, but I'm trying to think of it as a new challenge. Also, you can still take like 100 pics and stitch them together as a panorama. Also with some artistic editing you can smooth over the resolution issues pretty well, in ways you can't get away with in normal 'tography.