I was hacking a CVS camcorder to work in the dark and after removing the IR filter, The picture became blury. Can someone help me? Please.
Topic by ry25920 | last reply
Hi, I want to get live video streaming from this camera (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00WSJIQH0?psc=1&redirect;=true&ref;_=ox_sc_act_title_3∣=AOEPEY6PZCP7F) to stream to this screen (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0045IIZKU?psc=1&redirect;=true&ref;_=ox_sc_act_title_2∣=A1DBCKGXGABBQV) What do I need to connect them? the connecting cables on the two look to be the same so they won't connect. I would prefer to keep this all wired together (no tx/rx) Also, I don't see power inputs on either, what would I need to power them. I will use ir leds for illumination but that's all figured out (night vision goggles using something similar to fpv goggles with a camera on the front)
Question by baconatorbot | last reply
I have a Kodak C533 Digital Camera that I want to turn into my "test" Night Vision device, and I am wondering when I take out the IR filter, is it really necessary to put in a film negative to filter the visible light? I just did a project on Infrared Light so I know all about the electromagnetic spectrum and why we can't see it, so I don't need help there. I also don't want to use it to take pictures or videos, just so I can use the LCD screen. Will it be too bright with all of the light coming through? I obviously won't want to use the night vision outside, just so I could easily take it from the dark into the light again.
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