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As you might know, some of the best UFO pictures first taken were by Trevor James Constable via infrared photography. As you might also know, the CCDs in today’s digital cameras are especially sensitive to the full spectrum of light, not only down to infrared, but up through ultraviolet as well.
You probably also know that “ghosthunters” utilise IR/thermography scans to see “spiritual images.”
The problem with this is that mainstream manufacturers are making less and less of these cameras; they insist on placing those hot mirror filters on front of those CCDs “to increase the clarity of the visible spectrum.” In fact, a digital camera equipped with a full spectrum filter has a crisper, sharper image than any of its film predecessors.
There are actually expert retrofitters out there who replace the hot mirror with IR-visible-UV filters. We should all consider getting our cameras retrofitted for the full spectrum, so we can all make amazing contributions in esoteric science and paranormal phenomena.
From what I’ve observed, retrofitting has a premium price, but it’s completely worth it considering the results.