Dec 9 is the last day to place an order with Regular Build Time for this product to arrive by Dec 25.
This item is built to order and estimated 10 Business Days to build prior to shipping. Please take note that although we are trying to get everything built on time, due to the current global situation, this build to order item may take a little longer than usual. Thank you for your patience and continued support during these times!
Full Spectrum Kodak
Easy point-and-shoot, newer model, full spectrum Kodak camera is modified for taking pictures in darkness with an IR or other light source to capture what lies hidden in the light spectrum. Fantastic full spectrum photos for a great low price!
How Does It Work?
This camera is modified to capture light waves invisible to human eyes, which makes it a top choice for paranormal investigations. Use with an IR light or full spectrum light…or any light source will work well. You can also take pics in daylight and low light conditions. Sample pics shown: one with IR light illumination in darkness, one with flash, and one outdoors in daylight.
4x Optical Zoom
16MP CMOS Sensor
27mm wide angle; compatible with PC or Mac
7” LCD Screen
Up to 512GB Full size SD Card (Not included)
1080p Full HD Video
2 AA batteries (not included)
Note: Color of camera will vary based on availability
Full Spectrum Information
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%.