Uploaded on Mar 10, 2008
Now now now, what have we here then.
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This is a video showing us how to make our own infrared cameras.
Just what are they trying to hide from us. I wonder??
Subject: Homeland Security Ban On Infrared Cameras.
Date: March 5, 2008
I am a photography professor at a major college in the Midwest. Our department recently placed a purchase order for a infrared digital still camera. We were shipped the normal spectrum version of the camera with no explanation. When I called the NYC photo suppliers, I was informed that Homeland Security has placed a ban on the sale of ALL digital still and video cameras with infrared capability! Only law enforcement or other agencies can buy them with approval from the manufacturer. They cannot be shipped, but must be picked up in person. An end user license must be completed in the store.
I immediately recalled your recent talk on Coast to Coast AM about there being 'something' in the infrared spectrum our government does not want us to see. Our photo program merely wanted to buy the infrared camera for the interesting landscape photographs IR is capable of recording. You can verify my email by following this link to the Major Photo retailer.
Earlier this year, Eastman Kodak suddenly and without warning stopped making infrared film, which had been available for decades. No reason was given, but I now believe this ban came from Homeland Security. Clearly there is something in the infrared spectrum that the general public is not being permitted to see, or record."
Editor's Note: I have not been able to verify a Homeland Security official, or unofficial, ban on the sale of infrared cameras. When I learn more, I'll report at Earthfiles. I welcome viewer comments and personal experiences: email@example.com.
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