Full Spectrum Kodak FZ152 Bridge Camera

Full Spectrum Kodak FZ152 Bridge Camera

Regular price $299.00 Sale

Build to Order. Estimated 5-10 business days to build. 

*Please take note that although we are trying to get everything built on time, this build to order item may take a little longer than usual. 

Kodak FZ152

An upgrade from the Full Spectrum Kodak Camera, the Kodak FZ152 will deliver fantastic pics for your investigation. A fantastic addition to any ghost hunting kit, the Kodak FZ152 will take modified photos using light that is normally invisible to us. You will be astonished at what you can catch with this camera in the fields that are invisible to the human eye. 

How Does It Work?

This camera has been modified to take photos that would normally be blocked by the internal IR light blocker. Spirits are thought to be found within these light spectrums normally invisible to the human eye. Will not take photos in complete darkness- you will need an external IR light to use in complete darkness. Use with our Para4ce Spirit Light for best results. Keep in mind that a light source is always needed of some kind. UV lighting (black light) works as well as does IR and Full Spectrum Illuminators. Due to the modification for ghost hunting the camera will not be able to take regular type of photos - that is normal shots. 


  • Maximum Webcam Image Resolution: 16 MP
  • Photo Sensor Size: 1/2.3-inch
  • Image Stabilization: Digital
  • Max Shutter Speed: 30 seconds
  • Min Shutter Speed: 1/2000 - 4 seconds
  • Metering Description: Center Weighted
  • Exposure Control Type: Auto, Manual
  • BATTERY: Rechargeable LB-052 X 1 INCLUDED
  • MEMORY: SD/SDHC memory card that is at least Class 4 and no larger than 32GB
  • HD VIDEO: 720P
  • PHOTOS: 16MP

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%.