reply to post by For Truth
I've asked this before and never gotten a really clear answer myself. I also don't have the spare 2-300 dollars one costs to test the theory but
wouldn't lasers work to burn out the photo sensors? I mean this isn't magic to make the cameras work and if one just stops to think about what has
to work right, from the camera operator's side of the fence here, it seems having the lens hit with a destructive level laser would do the trick to
whiteout the display?
The one I'd think of would be along the lines of the Spyder 3 which is rated as literally dangerous in
power to burn and cut through light stuff.
Now Lasers have no realistic range in a sense we'd care for still being in line of sight to a little mounted camera......but the camera has a very
real limit in mega-pixels and such for how far IT can see and make any sense of what is in the view.
Just all concepts for an enterprising person to consider for how it all works together as an idea... Never something I'd do or condone of course.
Those cameras are very expensive, I'm sure!