Night Vision Camera

Infrared Night Vision Cameras are a very useful tool for picking up more paranormal evidence on your paranormal investigation. The human eye can only see a small range of light, we can't see Ultraviolet (UV) and Infrared (IR). It is thought that spirits, ghost and entities sometimes appear in UV and IR which you will not see, the Infrared Night Vision Camera will pick up these apparitions that appear in infrared giving you video evidence which you would have not got using a standard camera. It is also believed that more paranormal activity occurs when the lights are off, between the hours of 2-3am.

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How does it work?

Night vision is made possible by a combination of two things. Sufficient spectral range, and sufficient intensity range. The human eye has poor night vision compared to many animals. Night vision technology allows people to see in low-light conditions.

Thermal imaging equipment uses technology developed for the military and emergency services to enable people to effectively see in the dark. Rugged, portable, lightweight, battery operated devices that allow you to watch wildlife at night are available to buy to see things at night.

Spectral range

Enhanced spectral range allows the viewer to take advantage of non-visible sources of electromagnetic radiation. Some animals such as the mantis shrimp and trout can see using much more of the infrared and/or ultraviolet spectrum than humans do.

Human vision is confined to a small portion of the electromagnetic spectrum called visible light. The increased spectral range is the range of wavelength of light seen by humans in the night, such as infrared and ultraviolet light, and infrared...

Do you need an infrared light?

You will need to use an infrared light with your camera, your camera might be able to see IR light, but without something emitting in that light range the video camera will not see anythin