Hands On: The Midnight/Shot, a Pocket-Sized Infrared Camera

The Midnight/Shot offers one key feature--infrared photos and videos--that you won't find on your average point-and-shoot, or even your average DSLR

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Dan Bracaglia
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Taken during daylight with the camera's macro mode and IR turned on, you can see that the berries that are hit hard with the IR flashlight have turned from a dark purple/black to white. The berries in the upper right, with less of the IR beam on them, retain their darker color.Dan Nosowitz
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The Midnight/Shot is actually not a terrible shooter in color. Here's a Manhattan building in both color and IR.
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The rain creates almost a vintage-photo kind of look of a crowd in this shotDan Bracaglia
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A moving subway trainDan Bracaglia
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Taken during the day in Central ParkDan Bracaglia
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Foliage quickly became our favorite subject to shoot with the Midnight/ShotDan Bracaglia
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