Friday, February 15, 2013
I really like Spy Tech toys. Sometimes they have come up with some pretty interesting things, very usable by the enterprising ghost hunter. For example, we bought a NightVision vidoe camera three years ago at Toys-R-Us for $90 and that proved to be a wise buy. That camera is still going strong, though it has been dropped, bounced around, passed from person to person in the field, and even gotten wet. Made with kids in mind, the busy ghost hunter who does a lot of work in the field will find this camera very useful. While it only has a range of about 30 feet, we use it primarily for the awesome pics it takes during the day and for taking video of many of our EVP sessions. The Night Vision on it works great and we now have a lot of experience in the field using that type of technology. The average cost of a good night vision camera can cost anywhere from $600 to $3500. If you don't have that kind of cash, buying this little NightVision Camera might be an option for you. While at RadioShak the other day, I found a set of spy tech goggles on sale. It has a couple different effects for the pics or video it takes and I was intrigued at the possibilities. For $40 I got a new piece of equipment we are going to test out on Feb 23 at our Twin City Opera House Investigation. I like how it works so far, when I have taken it just outside my house. I will be sure to update this article and let you know how the goggles do in the field. I am filled with hope that they will do a good job. And for $40 I couldn't lose either way.