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Anonymous 07/08/2021 (Thu) 09:32:21 No. 5
I want to set up something like this. From what I read, cameras like these are impossible to find for sale. I want to create one myself. I know that it uses NIR (near infrared) and cameras that can detect that range. For obvious reasons, the exact specs seems difficult to find. I want to know what range (in nm) I need to light with infrared led/lights and how to make cameras (smartphone, security camera, whatever camera) see that range to get something like this. Could be handheld, doesn't have to be, although it is preferred. On a side note, I want the safest way to hide a camera in the bathroom. Putting a camera in a box, bottle, clock, charger, etc all seem too well known now. If someone is aware enough after seeing a news article about it, they will see it and call the cops. I want to install a camera that is undetectable given an infinite budget and infinite control over the space. Like maybe a camera + NUC hidden behind a 500lb two way mirror bolted down made to seem like decoration with a mechanical arm that controls a block of metal to hide the lens from a hidden camera detectors. Im talking about some system that can't be detected, investigated, or even questioned without the tools and know-how.
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Just get a OnePlus 8, they do xray like this. If I recall, they have disabled this through an update, but you can roll it back via a patch from someone off xda-devs. Good luck
>>5 I actually made something like this using a cheap action camera from amazon. Took the lens out and removed the red IR filter. You get a redish tint to your videos and the focus can be a challenge but it does somewhat "see through" items and easily detects any IR source. I've only used it once but I can post some sample pics if you'd like
>>7 pls upload
>>7 That would be awesome. Is there a way to color correct it? Also, if you could post the sample pictures and a simple tutorial/reference for the process you undertook would be great.
>>6 As my post suggests, I want it as FORBIDDENrete as possible, meaning I would prefer it to be as small as possible. I have added the OnePlus 8 to my "last ditch effort" list in case I can't find any comparable solutions.
>>10 Appears that dee eye es see is filtered. I want it to be as hidden as possible.
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bumping this shit, was interesting. Any news OP?
You need to get a Sony Digital Hi8 camcorder with Nightshot from approx. 1998-2002. The only problem is that the quality is potato-cam level. You could possibly run a firewire out and capture the video directly to a laptop for slightly better quality than Hi8 tapes, but it will probably only output 480i at best. See links: http:// kaya-optics (dot) com/technology/why_sony_nightshot.asp https:// m.you tube (dot) com/watch?v=3Q9WnPU8mig
>>269 That is great. However, I am looking for something that is great if not excellent quality. 1080p minimum, 4k is what I'm going for. My main thought process for this project is that there are products like the Sony Digital Hi8 with Nightshot that already exist. I want to know why and how it works to either do it myself or find a modern product that can be modified to achieve the same xray effect. The last thing I want to do is go to a local college and take a class in optics...
"with a mechanical arm that controls a block of metal to hide the lens from a hidden camera detectors" lmaooooooo
Unfortunately Sony caught on to this and changed the Nightshot to not work as well in the daylight. Only the first generation nightshot was capable of this, however there is a possibility that with the right lens filter attachments you could get the modern Sony nightshot 4K camera to replicate this. Play around with polorized and other lens filters. What you should also check into is body scanners tech, like the ones at a!rp0rts. The end goal is to have g00gle glasses with xray vision sometime in the future. Good luck.
>>401 You'd be surprised how easy it is to find hidden cameras using lens detectors ($30 solution on Amazon). Not gonna do time or get sued for something that is literally avoidable. All it takes is for one person to buy this thing on Amazon and do a sweep of the bathroom and you are going to go to jail. The whole point of this post is to find a solution that captures high quality shots with added benefit of xrays while literally never ever getting caught, either by people who passively or actively look for one.
what if a smart mirror was built into a medicine cabinet/mirror, with a camera and a motion sensor connected. wire the motion sensor to turn on the screen and if it comes up, say the camera lens is only a second motion sensor set up for redundancy. with a pi build, it could be wired with existing electrical. piggy back the needed data connection for news and weather info to save video somewhere offsite.
>>440 Bingo, this would be the best way to do it. Hiding in plain site
pretty sure I've seen this exact video from the OP a long time ago. what's it called again?
>>6 Interesting. What would be the update to go back to on one plus 8?
>>5 So they could improve on this tech if they really wanted too right?

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