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26 minutes ago, eruptn said:

The key to accurate readings is to make sure you have the correct 'emistivity' value setup in the settings. Metals, rock, water, skin all have different values. That would explain the observed differences.

Haha, it cost $25. No frills here, metal must be  only setting,  because skin and water are inaccurate.

Also as Jim said angle plays a part. At 90° is best.

No doubt coating too.

 Manual is in Chinese.

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