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Night sky video taping. IR, 0 lux, thermal?

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posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 09:17 PM
My camera has night shot which is a slow shutter and it make the images blurry and looks like super slow motion.

I figured Id leave it out for as long as the 1 hour tape lasted and see what I got.

I ended up with an hour of total black screen with the occasional car head light.

What would be the proper equipment to use if you wanted to get a view of the night sky that is the same as your naked eye would see?

IR seems to turn the image green and is only effective for about 300 feet depending on how many IR leds are on the camera.

0 lux is black and white image

thermal is like your on acid.

Is this something that is only on pro cameras?

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