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Full Spectrum Modified Canon T5i
The Full Spectrum Canon T5i Camera is a fantastic camera to use for ghost hunting. The modification to full spectrum captures images from the entire spectrum of light waves, even those that are invisible to the naked eye. Add an IR or Full Spectrum light to penetrate even deeper and capture more evidence of the afterlife.
How Does it Work?
This Canon T5i has been modified to take photos in the full spectrum including Ultraviolet and Infrared. During paranormal investigations, most anomalies have been recorded to take place within these light waves, making full spectrum modification popular for capturing spirit activity. To take photos in complete darkness will require the use of an IR or Full Spectrum light source.
Features and Specs:
18 MP APS-C CMOS sensor
14-bit A/D Conversion
ISO 100-12800 (expandable to 25600)
DIGIC 5 Image Processor
5 FPS continuous shooting
9 point AF system, all cross type
1080 (30,25,24 fps) and 720 (60,50 fps) HD video (29min limit, H.264 format) 3" articulating touch panel LCD screen with 1,040,000 dots
Movie Servo AF for continuous focus tracking of moving subjects
These Professional Cameras are converted for Paranormal Research, Forensics, Artistic and Astronomy applications. By photographing within the invisible light waves, we can capture that which we cannot see. A special glass for the retrofitting of the cameras is used in order to achieve the full spectral sensitivity of the CMOS sensor. The clear glass that is used is a precision, optically polished, special glass. This glass is mainly used to compensate the optical path of the removed original filter of the camera. Furthermore, it prevents dust from falling directly on the sensor, which may cause image defects. The glass has no filter effect. It is blocking neither infrared nor ultraviolet light. The transmission is typically higher than 99.7%.