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Post  cozzy on Sun Mar 28, 2010 9:07 am

robo63 wrote:badger footage is awsome well done chubbtickler.



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Post  Admin on Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:55 am

I have just bought a flip up ir filter for the lamp. then when we are out with the camcorder we can film a rabbit then flip the filter up. Put the lamp on the rabbit and use the rangefinder so you can see how far the rabbit is. also you could use the lamp to scan the field spot your quarry then drop the filter and walk straight to it. Don't forget this is digital so you can't harm it with the lamp.

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Post  Admin on Tue Mar 30, 2010 9:17 am

got some more footage will try to get it on youtube for the weak end. don't forget lads you can set your self up with these setups for as little as £100 if you wont to know how just ask

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Post  Admin on Thu Apr 01, 2010 9:03 am

baldies new digi ad on cost £400 but you can make the same unit for £250 recipe 1 digi hornet £200 and one Yukon 1 times mag £50 he must he think we are all mugs . yes you can say wot you think on this forum without fear of being band if you repeated wot i have just said on the bbs you would be band guaranteed

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Post  Admin on Thu Apr 01, 2010 2:48 pm

more footage on youtube this weekend badger and hare .weather is shite bear with us lads as theres better to come regards 72 line pere

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Post  Admin on Fri Apr 02, 2010 3:17 am

the infrared flip up filter as arrived will film some footage of the setup as soon as the weather picks up as its still raining Sad

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ir filter help please

Post  onbellyman on Sat Apr 03, 2010 9:51 am

Hi all.
Finally found your site thanks to the info on youtube!
Congrats on all the hard work done on the subject of sony camcorder use - and being willing to share it all with everyone else - and going to the trouble of setting up this site. Good luck with it.
I liked the excellent quality of the shots with the badger (sometimes when the wind is right they just don't seem to notice you are there!).
my question arises after watching the latest Chubbtickler entry on youtube entitled "NIGHTVISION GEN 3".
I see the IR lasers give good concentrated illumination for the camera but when he switches the LAMP on - it gives a much better spread of light and seems to make spotting things much easier than just with the narrower laser beam.
Please can you tell me more about the type of lamp and IR filter you use.
Following your advice on the BBS I have managed to get a DCR-PC350E (from the auction site) and a variable IR laser to use with it. I haven't fixed up my dsa yet but time off next week to do that.
I also have a Lightforce 170 lamp that I use with an ordinary red filter. There is an IR filter available to fit this lamp but it costs around £99 affraid I have also seen a website that sells IR filter material at around £10 for a small sheet. It is 3mm thick.
Do you know if some of this sheet on my lamp will give an acceptable result (as per chubbticklers video) or am I going to have to shell out for the genuine Lightforce item?
Any advice gratefully recieved.
I'm certainly looking forward to getting all this stuff together and working. If i can get anything near what you have produced on youtube I'll be well chuffed for the price! Very Happy
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Post  Admin on Sat Apr 03, 2010 10:43 am

this is the site you can get the ir sheet from its the same as we are using alana ecology ltd new street bishops castle shropshire sy9 5dq tel 01588630173 infra red filter sheet 3mm thick 20cm x20cm £23.95 that lamp you have got will give you an awesome picture good luck and keep us posted

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Post  Admin on Sat Apr 03, 2010 11:09 am

we have put some more footage on youtube of a badger hare and a fox .the second badger you see is easily 200yards possibly further. going back out to night see if we can get some more film

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Post  onbellyman on Sun Apr 04, 2010 2:32 am

Thanks for the quick reply.
Its a huge help to know you have already tried the filter sheet and had good results.
I'll certainly order some now and try it myself.
Of course, i'll be happy to share my results with everyone but will need to ask for more help when I'm ready as i don't even know how to put film on youtube yet.

Just watched your latest film with the badger, hare, partridge and fox. Amazing quality, especially when you zoomed out to see how far away it was! Surprised

No wonder people are getting excited about the night vision capabilities of these camcorders when they can get such brilliant results compared to the cost of "normal" image intensifier tube technology...
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Post  mick a on Sun Apr 04, 2010 1:28 pm

would a camcorder work with a mtc conect 01 ? very short scope huge fov and zero eye relive.
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Post  Admin on Sun Apr 04, 2010 3:15 pm

it seems to like any scope so i think you will be alright with it i don't think its fussy which scope its behind

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Post  Admin on Wed Apr 07, 2010 4:01 am

went out last night with the sony camcorder the footage we got its absolutely cracking you might have to wait for the footage as chubbticklers other half as pinched is cables for the computer .she thought it would stop home going out guess wot we still went out Laughing

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Post  Admin on Thu Apr 08, 2010 9:28 am

some footage will be on youtube at the weak end don't forget to look its very good

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Post  theboofdog on Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:42 pm

Admin wrote:use night shot mode only super night shot wont work if you have are rifle only then the lamp is all you need honestly at 50 to 60 yards with the lamp and ir filter we are getting gen 3 footage

can anyone recommend a scope mounted lamp so i can fit an ir filter, i have bought a sheet of ir perspex, lightforce / deben etc !! affraid

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