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    Default Infrared See-Through Camera?

    Hey Guys.

    I recently read an article online where they spoke about Sony's Nightshot plus camera being able to see through dark clothing.

    Is something like this possible by modifying an ordinary webcam?

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    This only works with cameras that are setup to view IR light. Most cameras have built in IR filters that block IR light because it ruins your picture in daylight. Night vision cameras like the sonys have a way to move the IR filter for "night shot" mode.

    To do "xray" videos you need two things:

    1. To be able to remove the IR filter before filming.
    2. To be able to ADD a standard light blocking filter so that all you get is IR light.

    There are articles online about how to do this. You need special equipment and filters to do it. A standard web cam is not going to work unless it is setup to view IR light.

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