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- Signal Format: PAL/NTSC
- Image Sensor: 1/4''SONY CCD
- Effective Pixels: PAL:512(H)×582(V) NTSC: 512(H)×492(V)
- Scanning System: NTSC: 525Lines, 60 Field/Sec, PAL: 625 Lines, 50Field/Sec
- Sync System: Internal Synchronization
- Resolution: 420TV lines
- S/N Ratio: More than 48dB(AGC Off)
- Gamma Characteristic: 0.48
- Illumination Sensitivity: 0.5 Lux@F:2.0(D:0.5lux, N:0.05lux)
- Gain Control: Auto
- B.L.C.: Auto
- White Balance: ON
- Electronic Shutter Speed: 1/50(1/60) -1/100,000 second
- Video Output: 1.0Vp-p,75Ω
- Power Supply: DC12V
- Current Consumption: 100mA ± 10%
- Operating Temperature: -10℃ - +50℃
- Storage Temperature: -20℃ - +60℃
- Infraed Lamps: 45m
- LED Number: Φ8 30PCS
- 1 x STD-868B Infrared Waterproof Video Camera
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- How do I upload videos from my video camera into my computer?
You need to make sure that you have a firewire port on your computer. Then you need a firewire cable. These are available at Best Buy and other electronic stores. Price ranges from the 20$-30's. Then when you get it, you need to plug it in to your PC. A window should pop up asking if you want to import video from the camera. They will ask you if you want to import the whole tape or just parts of it. Then your video will play on a screen that says "start importing." Then when you want to stop importing your video, it will be saved to a folder and ready to edit. Hope this helps and good luck!
- Is it possible to record a video of an out of body experience with an infrared camera?
No you can't , because first the infrared camera senses heat emanating from an object , unfortunately the spirit has no source of heat emission , you could equated to a puff of fog and could be seen with the naked aye if this puff or spirit was some how denser . There are many sightings of ( ghosts ) spirits that are in state of trauma and inhabit certain specific houses or places through-out the world , but this effect can be seen or experienced way after the death of the body that belonged too . I believe this ghosts can be seen momentarily in specific places ,because are spirits in state of trauma . the trauma is so strong before death that the spirit does not want to move on as is supposed to ,but is holding on in hope to resolve the trauma that experienced before death , so the spirit lingers in the area of the suffered trauma, also is the possibility that the body the spirit inhabited terminated prematurely , in a sense was not suppose to die yet It had a longer life ,but no body to inhabit , so stays around till it's determined date of life or yet doesn't know when to live because there is no body to live from , and they can be friendly or vicious , depending of the intensity of the trauma.
- Can infrared lights really distort video camera images?
Probably not enough to be noticeable. CCDS or CMOSs can pick up IR, visible, and UV rays, but there are filters in there that can block IR and UV. So IR lights shouldnt affect the image. There are external UV filters that can be added to further decrease UV transmission, but no IR filters that I know of, so the built in one probably cuts out pretty much all the IR light. Hope this helps!