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PostSubject: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Mon Oct 25, 2010 2:00 pm

This girl in pennsylvania has a IR nightvision scope that is hooked up with her camera or computer. She has some very good footage of night ufo activity. She has footage of a ufo that shines a thin beam down and she got it on her IR nightvision recording. This 15 minutes of footage is taken 10-10-10 with her pennsylvania activity and the el paso activity taking place. This is not the beam footage. You can look over her video profile for that vid.

Anyone have a nightscope or nightvision binoculars getting results such as this girls.

I'm looking for a nightvision scope or binoculars and think the yukon ranger model might be a choice. Any pointers from someone with experience using nightvision.



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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Mon Oct 25, 2010 11:29 pm

I have a couple IR night vision scopes. I find them really hard to adjust properly. It may just be because the ones I have were rather cheap, one was like $99 and I think the other was around $250.
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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Tue Oct 26, 2010 4:01 am

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I have a couple IR night vision scopes. I find them really hard to adjust properly. It may just be because the ones I have were rather cheap, one was like $99 and I think the other was around $250.

Does one or the other of your IR scopes have a video out port. My brother in law has a low cost model I might buy but I really want one with the video out port. Did you catch any unseen night sky movements with your IR viewing.
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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Tue Oct 26, 2010 4:07 am

No, neither of mine have a video port. I have never seen anything unusual with them either. Although, if I had one with a video port it would be a lot easier because I wouldn't have to stand there looking through the lens.
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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:20 am

The first nv scope that i got was in viet nam.
it was called the star light star brite scope.
It amplified the existing light by a magnitude of 10,000
It worked and worked very well, I made it through.
The second set was a set of Night vision goggles.
helmet mounted, they fliped up and out of the way wnen not in use.
Supposedly they were almost as powerfull as the scope.
Both were battery operated.
Niether left a large heat signature.
The infared unit was located on the humv hooked into a tow missle launcher you could see a mouse at 200 yrds.
The only problem with useing it. The cooling fins give off a crackling sound not good for stealth.
The nvg and the scope are great for picking out things that your eyes would normaly miss.
they were designed for totaly diffrent uses. The scope was set up in an observation post.
The nvgs were for running arround in the dark. As sadam hussien found out they worked very well.
We own the night. That was the trick charlie taught us. We payed it back in spads.
Sadams people were bieng engaged and killed before they even knew we were there.
If would like to see them in action go to military.com
The camera/computer inter face is just a plug in and some software.
Try search using defense contractors nvg.
The night attack helos regulary link back to the command post. The good stuff is then sent via sat com to soc mac dill .
One of my favs. the talaban are setting up and ied on a road edge. The chopper calls in for permission to take um out.
The best part is they blew themselves up, before the chopper got the ok.
I don't mean to offend any one, my unit went to faluga in this last one. They told me I was to old. They took 27 casulties and
seven killed in action. So I have no sympthy for the bad guys.

I hope this helped.

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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:40 pm

I use a gen 2 bushnell stealth scope . Not the greatest but it does have AV out . I have it connected to a monitor in my work space and regularily see some very unusual stuff !

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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:15 am

free wheel wrote:
I use a gen 2 bushnell stealth scope . Not the greatest but it does have AV out . I have it connected to a monitor in my work space and regularily see some very unusual stuff !

FW .
secound generation is nice stuff nvgs are cameras. Thats why the pilots can send the pictures back to command.
the orignal didn't have a plug. When you sitting on a hill wating for the attack to come it's nice to have a heads up.
John wayne made a movie called the green barrets. It was considered a comedy by those of us who were there.
I was not a barret, but I did work with them. I was a jungle expert. I had grown up hunting and fishing here in florida.
There was nothing in the jungle to scare me except the tiggers. When you are lying in ambush and one coughs behind you.
It becomes a spinker control thing. They got paws bigger then your head.
You know they gave us 400 dollars a man for agent orange exposure. I have barried sso many of my friends.
I gave the money to the v.a. hospital for christmas presents.

Sorry got side tracked.

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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Thu Oct 28, 2010 3:04 pm

I've been looking at these night IR optics and first generation seem to be low cost with second gen being in the upper hundreds to thousands and the third gen being in the many thousands. I sure would like a third gen but money wise, looks like I am a first gen buyer.

Maybe freewheel can take a night snip of the sky and show us his rigs ability, maybe!
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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Thu Oct 28, 2010 8:03 pm

Hello Dave fair,

450 members and I don't know if anybody gets it.

Truly sorry for your troubles and your losses. You don't seem angry and that is to your credit. One thing I have learned and it would appear that you have learned it as well. There is no truth in anger.

Sincere regards, glider.
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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:19 am

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Hello Dave fair,

450 members and I don't know if anybody gets it.

Truly sorry for your troubles and your losses. You don't seem angry and that is to your credit. One thing I have learned and it would appear that you have learned it as well. There is no truth in anger.

Sincere regards, glider.
glider meet gigas
gigas meet glider.

glider there is no need to feel bad for me . I have no anger only the occasional regret
gigas the new stuff is great from what I see.
Its hard to believe that a drone with ir and nv can do a point,clidk an kill from the other side of the globe.
If you go to military.com they have the declass videos there. Just like in that goerge cloonie movie.
Impressive stuff. Lest it gives me goose bumps.

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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Sat Oct 30, 2010 11:53 am

Hello Dave fair,

Thank you, but Giant and I have met.
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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:39 pm

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Hello Dave fair,

Thank you, but Giant and I have met.

See glider, you do know something.
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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Sat Oct 30, 2010 9:03 pm

Hello Gigas,

So it would appear.
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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Sat Oct 30, 2010 11:40 pm

See glider, you do know something.

lol,lol, you got me laughing with that one.


did you know that in the State of texas they never let the truth stand in the way of a good story?
Then it follows That all of the presidents we had from texas never did tell the truth. (weapons of mass destruction)
The other one they use is "All hat and no beef."

Thanks for the laugh in nneded it.

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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Sun Nov 28, 2010 8:12 am

Gigas wrote:
This girl in pennsylvania has a IR nightvision scope that is hooked up with her camera or computer. She has some very good footage of night ufo activity. She has footage of a ufo that shines a thin beam down and she got it on her IR nightvision recording. This 15 minutes of footage is taken 10-10-10 with her pennsylvania activity and the el paso activity taking place. This is not the beam footage. You can look over her video profile for that vid.

Anyone have a nightscope or nightvision binoculars getting results such as this girls.

I'm looking for a nightvision scope or binoculars and think the yukon ranger model might be a choice. Any pointers from someone with experience using nightvision.



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One might try tooling up to do some simple ET instrumentation experiments. IR is interesting. By modifying a cheap (eBay-Chinese) digital still/motion camera...remove the IR notch 'filter' from in front of the lens inside the camera's enclosure. That'll allow IR waves to reach the CCD sensor. CCD are mainly made of CMOS, allowing the CCD sensor to be generally useful for both active IR (illuminator) and a few passive applications (scene illuminated by environment).

Another old scientism trick for field operations one can try, --place the camera into a 1 gallon zipper freezer bag (w/lots of moisture dessicant), storing for a few hours in a camping cooler-chest filled with dry-ice. Cooling the IR sensitive CMOS CCD sensor in the camera will reduce the internal camera-system Brownian IR noise content significantly, a considerable range of IR spectrum becomes band-pass 'enabled' until it warms up...back into the cooler. And for a bonus, it squirts out USB video too. Won't be able to use it for anything not night stuff, the intensely multispectral sun illuminated daylight will generally blind the sensor.

<sigh> Cameras are so boring. What else is there to use? What do we really want to know?

xray


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PostSubject: Re: IR Nightvision camera & UFOs    Mon Nov 29, 2010 10:04 pm

Hello xray,

EXCELLENT QUESTION!
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