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Originally posted by wiredamerican
Infrared light is visible on many video cameras. Example TV remote light is very visible on most video camera optics and recordings.
Originally posted by ThaLoccster
EDIT: After posting I thought, are you saying that in a pitch black room you can see the IR with the naked eye? I don't believe that is so. But through a camera you can see it in just about any light condition.
"Jennifer Spell is an independent filmmaker from Brooklyn, New York" - mcbtennis.org
"7 Days In September - MEET THE FILM MAKERS - Jennifer Spell" - cameraplanet.com
Celluloid Hero: Director Spell Realizes Dreams In Making Maureen Connolly Film
The 29-year-old Spell first became aware of Connolly when she watched a made-for-television film based on Connolly's life. The film proved to be a life-altering experience for Spell.
"The film aired on September 5th, 1978 and my birthday is September 6th...
Directed by Spell, an emerging filmmaker from New York whose credits include the award-winning April In New York" - sportsmediainc.com
"April in New York (2001) - Overview - Director: Jennifer Spell - Writer: Jennifer Spell" - imdb.com
Originally posted by TrueAmerican
That footage is from "7 Days In September":