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RED LIGHTS Vs NIGHT VISION

RED LIGHTS Vs NIGHT VISION I have hunted predators for many years and in many years I have gone from RED LIGHTS to NIGHT VISION – and after

Original Source: http://africanpredator.com/Red-Lights-vs-Night-Vision-on-Rooikatte-end-Jakkalse.pdf

‘Gateway To The Milky Way’ Seen In Unaltered Photo In Dorset (PICTURE)

The 'Gateway to the Milky Way' was snapped by Dorset-based photographer Stephen Banks in this stunning unaltered image in Durdle Door. Taken at midnight just as the clouds parted, keen sky-watcher Banks managed to capture the centre of our galaxy as it passed through a natural rock archway. By setting his camera to a 30-second exposure time, and using a bright LED torch to illuminate the arch …

Original Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/10/07/milky-way-photo-dorset_n_4056336.html?utm_hp_ref=uk&ir=UK

Night vision – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Night vision is the ability to see in low light conditions. Whether by biological or technological means, night vision is made possible by a combination of two …

Original Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_vision

‘Gateway To The Milky Way’ Seen In Unaltered Photo In Dorset (PICTURE)

The 'Gateway to the Milky Way' was snapped by Dorset-based photographer Stephen Banks in this stunning unaltered image in Durdle Door. Taken at midnight just as the clouds parted, keen sky-watcher Banks managed to capture the centre of our galaxy as it passed through a natural rock archway. By setting his camera to a 30-second exposure time, and using a bright LED torch to illuminate the arch …

Original Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/10/07/milky-way-photo-dorset_n_4056336.html?utm_hp_ref=uk&ir=UK

Night vision – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Night vision is the ability to see in low light conditions. Whether by biological or technological means, night vision is made possible by a combination of two …

Original Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_vision


IR Night Vision Lights! Sony Hvl-Hirl VS Sima SL 20-Ir SL 100-Ir

Sony HVL-HIRL VS SIma SL 20-IR/ SL 100-IR Infra-Red Light Comparison & Review. Mike St. Clair of Roanoke, VIrginia's, VIPER R.I.P. Paranormal Tests out the c…


Q&A:

DevinH asked How do i get my night vision Binoculars in night vision?

I have jumbo binoculars i think and they are black and the lens color is ruby red. on the left side it says Night vision, on the right side it say 30×50.

And got the following answer:

the red tinting of the lens makes it slightly brighter in lower light situations….

** true night vision binocular START in price at 600….and don’t get even remotely true night vision until the 2k mark…….

Almighty Kennedy asked How do u like Sheriff Joe Arpaio approach to immigration what if every city had this ?

A “concentrated crackdown” on illegal immigrants started Friday night in Maricopa County. Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced he’s dispatched more than 200 deputies and posse members to saturate valley cities and roadways known to be corridors for human smuggling.

East Valley hot spots include Bush Highway, U.S. Highway 60 and “any major highway,” said deputy chief Brian Sands.

Arpaio said he’s also opening a hotline for tipsters to report suspected illegal immigrants.

Arpaio said the program is comprehensive and controversial, but that it’s constitutional.

“We’re not going to go out on a street corner and round up people because they look like they’re from a foreign country,” Arpaio said Friday.

He said it’s nothing like Chandler’s infamous 1997 “roundup,” in which police officers swept the city in search of illegal immigrants.

He added that no one has complained about racial profiling since his deputies began detaining illegal immigrants.

Arpaio said his deputies have already arrested and jailed about 614 illegal immigrants on felony charges since the Arizona law against human smuggling passed in March 2006.

The deputies’ strategies for the crackdown aren’t necessarily different from those they’ve been using already to target immigrants who have likely employed a human smuggler to help them enter the country.

But they’ll have greater resources and more manpower with which to work.

Deputies will use SWAT, aviation and electronic surveillance, night vision and high-tech weaponry to target vehicles commonly used to move large numbers of illegal immigrants, Arpaio said. If such a vehicle is stopped for speeding, for example, anyone inside the vehicle who’s determined by deputies to be an illegal immigrant will be arrested and jailed.

Arpaio stressed the need for probable cause to arrest a suspect. That means a vehicle must have a fake license plate, be speeding, run a red light, or break some other law before deputies can pull over the vehicle and question its occupants.

The crackdown, which has no end date, will utilize 160 deputies and officers who’ve been trained by federal agents to enforce immigration law.

Of this group, 15 officers will be devoted strictly to the human smuggling unit funded by the state. To fill the personnel void this unit has created in the ranks, the sheriff said his office is recruiting officers from local and national police agencies to join his office through lateral transfers.

To further add to his numbers, the sheriff will deputize 64 federal immigration (ICE) agents on Monday, which will enable them to act as both federal and local law enforcement agents.

“We are quickly becoming a full-fledged anti-illegal immigration agency,” Arpaio said.

Arpaio also announced a hotline for citizens to call with information or evidence about illegal immigrants. He plans to advertise the hotline by posting its phone number on the sides of sheriff’s trucks.

He is unsure off how his office will be able to use the tips provided. “It’s an intelligence gathering tool,” Arpaio said.

The hotline number is: (602) 876-4154.

So all of Graham’s, McCain’s, Kennedy’s, Lott’s, Specter’s, Bush’s, Chertoff’s, Tony Snow’s ‘we need new laws; the old ones don’t work’, is a load of PR crap.

Well! We really already knew that.

And got the following answer:

I think it is a marvelous idea, one that should be implemented in every city and state in the union!

rom396 asked How hard is it to create an environment with “total” darkness?

Let’s say there was a giant pit dug out with a roof built over top made of sheet metal coated with a thick tar and absolutely no light could get through it. Beneath the roof there were access points at the top of the pit but only red light is used in these access points. The pit is 600 to 1000 feet deep and a mile wide. The only light inside is a handful of torches or camp fires. Would this be an environment for “total darkness” or would night vision goggles work here?

And got the following answer:

“The only light inside is a handful of torches or camp fires.” No, that is not a total darkness environment!

Tobasco asked Where can I get a red lens for my mini Maglite?

I’m trying to get a few things together for a basic astronomy setup, and I need a red light that doesn’t ruin my night vision.

I’ve found a lot of red lenses for mini Maglites on the internet, and they’re really cheap ($0.75), but I don’t want to pay $5 in shipping for a 1-inch circle of plastic. Is there a major hardware or electronics chain that would sell them?

And got the following answer:

I would try a local theater supply store – the stage lights that they use have replaceable colored plastic (I believe these are called “gels” in the industry). You should be able to buy a red one for next to nothing and cut hundreds of those little red lenses out of it. Or keep the rest in case you ever break a tail light!