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Subject: Re: cheap alternative to infrared film

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Date Posted: 07:26:29 03/10/03 Mon
In reply to: Trevor 's message, "cheap alternative to infrared film" on 22:31:19 01/26/03 Sun

Can the cords that connect to the computer do anything else?

>I go to high school in las vegas and I am in a school
>paranormal investigation club. We were spending alot
>of money on infrared film and a infrared camera. I was
>reading some old paperwork that was laying around my
>house and found the instructionsd to my Nintendo Game
>Boy Camera. In the instructions it states it uses
>infrared to take pictures so it gave me the idea to
>try it for ghost hunting. After about two months of
>use the results were great and i had captured many
>good photos of orbs. The game boy camera only cost me
>about ten dollars and onther ten for the cord that
>connects it to a computer so you can upload your
>photos. This is a VERY cheap alternative to buying
>infrare film. Game boy Cameras can be found at used
>video game stores and some toys r us stores. all you
>need to use it is a game boy which runs any where from
>5-60 dollars depending on how new it is. I hope this
>can help people who are on a tight budget and cant
>afford infrared film

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