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Subject: Re: cheap alternative to infrared film


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KennyB
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Date Posted: 23:29:58 02/15/03 Sat
In reply to: Trevor 's message, "cheap alternative to infrared film" on 22:31:19 01/26/03 Sun

Hey there Trevor,
I have some questions for you concerning the use of the gameboy camera as a replacement for infrared film. Fist off, any 35 mm camera can use infrared film. The only case in which you would need a special camera is for those thermal video cameras by companies such as FLIR. They do basically the same thing as infrared film, except in color.
I believe the gameboy take regular photos. Even though it says it uses infrared to take pictures, doesn't mean it takes infrared photographs. Night vision video cameras and goggles use infrared LIGHT to illuminate the area.
Infrared photos show hot and cold, the main reason it's used by investigators.
I suggest reading the entire section of the paperwork about the gameboy camera, then get back to me.

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