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ScareFest 2010 Horror & Paranormal Convention

Posted by Administrator on November 3, 2010

The largest horror and paranormal convention, ScareFest, in the United States will take place this weekend in Lexington, Kentucky. I plan on manning a table, signing copies of my book Helping Ghosts, and selling my infrared-converted cameras for ghost hunting. Come out and meet me in Lexington this coming weekend (November 5th, 6th & 7th, 2010). Should be a blast!

For more information about ScareFest, visit

Infrared Cameras for Artistic Photography

Posted by Administrator on October 21, 2010

Infrared Camera Photograph

(Infrared Photo courtesy of Nellie Kampmann)

Our Infrared converted cameras have been popular for paranormal investigation because they can see in the dark and have and expanded “full spectrum” range. However, many have not yet discovered the Infrared camera’s ability to take striking photographs during the day. These can be used for artistic photography by professionals and novices alike.

The UV-Vis-IR camera does not use a filter, so it is easy to operate and are inexpensive to purchase. Check out our explanation and see some examples of this at Infrared Cameras.

To buy an inexpensive Infrared camera, visit the Fringe Tech Store!