Question about Cameras
If you are talking about Infa-Red, and are a little handy with small tools, you can convert a cheep used camcorder yourself.
All digital camers are senisitve to IR. In fact in order to get a good quality normal picture, they have to have a filter installed between the lens and the sensor just to get rid of it. go to:
www.metacafe.com They have instructions on how to DYI, or there is a list of places that will do it for you. One suggestion, get a camcorder that has the lowest light capibilities 1 LUX or .o3 lux. You will need to get a natural light filter to put on the front of the lens- if you can't follow the DIY on the website. It works...I did it myself..You may also want an IR light for the camera to cover large areas, but I believe using the same filter that's on the site would work as well. let me know
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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