Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera

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Shooting photos in low light conditions is always a challenge, no matter how you look at it. Of course, having a good quality camera with high ISO capability goes some way in helping, but it still isn’t going to capture everything in full detail unless the flash is turned on. What do you do then? Here is where the Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera comes in to help.

We are proud to say that this digital camera basically enables you to shoot in absolute darkness – yes sir, even if there is no light at all, you can still get your subject in question clearly. Clearly this is one method to let you experiment with infrared photography which allows you to see through some types of fabric and materials. Currently retailing for $129.99, this might be just the device to purchase if you want to surprise the resident shutterbug with something else apart from a new lens.




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13 comments:

  1. Infrared photo capturing has always seemed fascinating to me. Might check this out, may be useful someday.

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  2. good camera for the creeps out there lol

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  3. A night vision camera? That could be fun and useful.

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  4. forget that, itll still come out like crap i bet

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  5. sounds great...for stalkers

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  6. A good detective camera hehehe (I think Gadjed had one like that)

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  7. Wow what an interesting camera. I'd buy it if I had some extra money.

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  8. Pretty cool for night time photography.

    Interesting blog

    Following :)

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  9. Great blog man! Keep up the good work!

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  10. i've never heard of this camera, i wonder what kind of sensor it has.

    btw, don't worry about weegee, i'll be going through all of the most notable photographers. :D

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  11. 130$ is really iffy on my part. The host's website provides a few examples of the finished product and maybe my skepticism is misplaced but it just seems too cheap for what it provides.

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