With the greater availability (and lower cost) of the action cams on the market, I'm wondering if...
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by Bronwen |
November 21, 2017 19:17 |
With the greater availability (and lower cost) of the action cams on the market, I'm wondering if there is anyone who has taken one apart to modify for IR photos.
@azaelb posted this a while back -- needs more pictures, but looks pretty successful, and there's follow-up on image processing too: https://publiclab.org/notes/azaelb/12-04-2016/conversion-of-4k-sport-camera-for-ndvi-analysis-with-uavs
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