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Digital SLR Cameras - What's New for Surveillance Photography

New digital SLR cameras and HD camcorders are being introduced with more features and higher performance than ever before. With AstroScope Night Vision, the night-time surveillance photographer can now realize more capability with one camera or camcorder than was previously possible including an assortment of objective lenses, image stabilization and megapixel imaging.

The Three Primary Technologies for Night-time Video Surveillance - Master these and you'll never be in the dark

There are lots of challenges in performing video surveillance at night. The optimal solution for a particular application will depend on the requirements for the specific application.

The "best" system design for a specific video surveillance system that includes imaging at night will utilize one of the three primary night vision technologies: low-light imaging, thermal imaging and near-infrared illumination. In this article, these three technologies are explained and the advantages of each reviewed.

 

Tips on Creating Awesome Night Vision Digital SLR Photos
Even the best digital SLR cameras simply do not have sufficient sensitivity to capture adequate, low-light, usable images. Night vision modules are the ideal accessory. This article provides important guidelines for producing awesome night-time photos when using a night vision module-enabled digital SLR camera. Follow these guidelines to assure the best possible image quality.
Guidelines for Evaluating Digital Camcorders for Surveillance
This paper’s objective is to help you simplify your understanding of how image quality is determined. Covered are three topics that directly influence thermal image quality: pixel resolution, thermal sensitivity, and non-uniformity correction. A number of related topics are discussed as well.
Understanding Infrared Camera Thermal Image Quality
This paper’s objective is to help you simplify your understanding of how image quality is determined. Covered are three topics that directly influence thermal image quality: pixel resolution, thermal sensitivity, and non-uniformity correction. A number of related topics are discussed as well.

 

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Clandestine Photography
Basic to Advanced Daytime and Nighttime Manual Surveillance Photography Techniques - For Military Special Operations Forces, Law Enforcement, Intelligence Agencies, and Investigators
by Raymond P. Siljander and Lance W. Juusola
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Digital SLR Camera Target Resolution Calculator
This online Night Vision Range Calculator enables you to easily estimate the maximum range that an object can be detected when using various camera platforms (intensified and non-intensified).
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Camcorder Target Resolution Calculator
This online Night Vision Range Calculator enables you to easily estimate the maximum range that an object can be detected when using various camera platforms (intensified and non-intensified).
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