UFO Hunter wrote:P.S.: Did you modify your FinePix 5000 by yourself ? Is it easy to disassemble ? I tried to disassemble my Lumix FZ50 last week but i didn't get off the back cover after removing all visible screws...
At the moment i'm working on a 'light receiver' which translates very small modulations of the light into audio signals. This can be used to monitor the ambient light, or it can be used with a lens on front of the photodiode to look at certain objects. It can be mounted parallel to a camcorder, and the audio signal can be fed into the external microphone jack of the camcorder (if it has one) and then you can hear light modulations of objects you are recording on video. This may be useful to detect the difference between a satellite and a UFO, if you hear strange sounds it can not be a satellite reflecting the sunlight.
UFO Hunter wrote:after removing the thin film of IR filtering the camera would never focus absolutely correctly, i believe it could be because of the different light that now reaches CCD, but perhaps also its hard to put back together just right, and the thickness of the filter itself or the now 'lack of' may make a difference?
navajojimmy wrote:I hope you can get something to work. I have looked into this before but could not see how it would be sensitive enough for an orbiting object. You can make something rather easily to look at a street light and hear sounds but an object in space may be harder. This sort of thing if figured out would defiantly be helpful. Each object would have a different signature that could be heard and also seen digitally with software such as "Audacity".
Users browsing this forum: MSNbot Media and 1 guest