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    A few pic's at the feeder

    Larry and I did not get any pic's together and I regret that but I pulled the card from the trail cam and looky looky I cough Larry sleeping
    Also the one he was after but only came in before light.
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    Great shots. Those cameras are great.

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    ok no one seems to notice so i am gonna ask the wize ones in our group,, why is the camo pattern not showing on my clothing and yet my hat does show it????daves pants are wool and they have a pattern, and my clothing is at least 8 to ten yrs old and has been used and abused a bunch. if the critters look at me as the snowman i am in for trouble..
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    if the critters look at me as the snowman i am in for trouble..
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    rennie your a camera guy, if this was a infra red flash would that take out the color but why only some garments?
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    Well i thought you was sleep walking out in your pajamas. I thought you guys were supposed to wear camo.

    On the serious side my thoughts go back to the days in the military. We did not wear cammo in Sa we had what we called browns. One interesting point that was made to us was we were not allowed or not supposed to iron our clothing. Turned out it did something to the material to make us more visible at night not that the guys we were up against had night vision goggles. But i guess an ironed spot on clothing could reflect infrared if we were lit up by an infrared light seeking us out.

    My guess is for the camera to spot you its using infrared to light you up. If not its detecting infrared radiated from your body. Some camo gear is supposed to suppress this radiation. I guess yours is not doing that after years of use and washing.

    If it was a flash you set off through motion sensing then i guess it was being reflected by the material your outfit is made of.

    Remeber some image intesifiers use infrared light to "light up the night". This is the kind of thing that would reflect off a shiny spot in your material caused by say ironing. But its pointless if you dont hide the rest of your radiated infrared from body heat.
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    Check out here what the techie stuff can do today in thermal imaging etc.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPlxnYMZKww&NR=1
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    Larry? Iron?

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    I was going to mention the same as Rob. For military fatigues you're not suppose to iron or starch them. But I suspect that the material has a reflective surface anyway, which is what you're seeing is the reflection of the IR light. It's almost like shining a regular camera at a light, you get a blown out, mostly white picture with all the light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon Korn View Post
    Larry? Iron?
    ok girl,, its been a long time ago but i used to do the ironing at home for my mom,when she was at work. and i can crochet too!!! embrodry, but all this was yrs ago:
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