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Infrared camera mod

Author: jaeae
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Cost: ~50
Categories: Photography Gear | Electronics

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15.11.2009 18:51 uznaqWould be nice to see some "before & after" photos. Meaning that you'd take a photo of the same subject with a normal camera aswell.
14.11.2009 20:26 jaeaeNano: it isn't sensitive enough to be used as a "real" heat camera, but since you mentioned the heat I took some test photos: http://jaeae.smugmug.com/photos/712860545_WvAsj-X3.jpg That's my cooking plate, I let it get hot for some time and then took a series of photos :)
14.11.2009 19:20 JapalaI tried the same with some random digital camera from Trust but the focusing system got so poor that one can't take any usable images with it. I used cut pieces from a 3.5" disk to replace the IR filter and I'm sure the change in "depth" of that filter got me. I didn't have a proper piece of glass to use as a block to increase the thickness of the part. :(
14.11.2009 16:57 nanoNice! great job with the documenting. Also, can you detect heat sources with this? I've heard that flies can avoid hot teapots and such because they can see them emitting a lot of infrared light.
14.11.2009 15:46 jaeaewhat about a infrared camera mounted in front of a car and a display in the dashboard? :D Mercedes S-class has such system.. could be cool :)
14.11.2009 15:42 BenaHThat is just insane! :D Now build an IR-headset (camera's LCD showing what you see and an IR-pattern (20x3 IR-leds in row.) :)