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  1. I bought a Sony Handycam CCD TRV108 which seems very good in infrared mode and low light conditions at least compared to my newer Sony DV infrared capabilities... but I would like to know if there are even better cameras out there military type if possible that allow me to see deep in the dark like 100 meters deep and with clarity. Anyone here with knowledge on how to do that? I know besides the invisible infrared illuminations the infrared sensors have to be good so give me a good advice for a camcorder that has all that.
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    obviously the CCD is huge in that ability.. but if you invest in a good infrared ligh (hand held) something that will light up a good distance you can use just about any camera.. even one that doensnt have IR function. i play with this a lot. most night vision cameras have bad IR lights with a short coverage. trust me if you have a video camera already get on of these lights and play with it.. youll be amazed at what you can see. even total blackness

    something like this
    http://www.maxmax.com/aXNiteFlashlight.htm
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    You might also want to check out some of the small B/W stand-alone vid cameras.
    The b/w's are more sensitive to infrared.
    (The b/w cameras do not have a filter, to filter out IR as do most color ccd cameras.)
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