Quail man Senior Member Aug 6, 2012. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. I have seen clear film with tiny black dots on it that gives a percentage of light blocking depending on how much of a reduction is desired.
Just a few days ago he seemed to notice the IR light for the first time, and now he'll be fine until his eye catches the light and he seems to get terrified and start crying once he sees it. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. As cool as they may look, not very stealthy as people can easily see it at night. I like this idea.
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Acrylic will just diffuse the light and soften it, won't really reduce it much. That would mean that during the prior test you did, that the sensor in fact was somehow still getting light.
This was the issue and not looking directly in the lens ALL pics are 640x480 but still seems to big??? Hi, Thanks for the links! Linked 29. I setup a baby cam for my son when he was born with a Raspberry Pi and a Pi cam with no IR filter so I could watch him at night.
Powered by EzPortal. I was thinking about putting it in the opposite corner of the room, but keeping the camera above him, but I think the slats from the crib would block much of the light and it would be very shadow'y.
We've taken a look at the design and features of both cameras and have some initial impressions, as well. My grandfather lives next to some apartments and his car got broken into a couple of nights ago.
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