Nightvision Headset

Intro: Nightvision Headset


This nightvision headset consists out of an old digital camera (IR-Filter removed) and eight high intensity IR-LEDs.
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    ItalianJack

    4 years ago on Introduction

    This is awesome! Great job! What camera did you use? Could you make a more detailed tutorial?

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    jduffy54

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Also, you can buy dedicated IR cameras, and I showed how to make a dedicated nightvision viewer in my instructable, Super Simple Night Vision.

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    Revolt Lab

    7 years ago on Introduction

    This is great! Can you please post about locating and removing the IR filter? Also are the camera and LEDs powered separately?

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    MoritzBRevolt Lab

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks, By opening your camera you can see the objective with the lenses (mine had no optical zoom). Open the objective. The IR-filter lies in this objective above the cmos-sensor. It looks like a square piece of glass. Take it out with a screwdriver. Then put it all together. here, i found an instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/infrared-digital-camera---the-real-way/step5/locate-the-IR-blocking-filter/

    the camera and the IR-Leds are powered by on 6v 1000mAh battery back, which i can charge.