Re: [infoguys-list] Camera Options???
- Put your big money in a good video camera that can shoot at night and take
digital photos also and be used for covert operations,,,,,,,,try Sony TRV8
Telstar Investigations Inc.
1025 Connecticut Ave
Washington DC, 20036
5429 Mapledale Plaza
Dale City, Va. 22193
703 927 4813
703 580 9658 fax
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Licensed and Insured in Washington DC and Virginia
- I have a Sony TRV9 with night shot and extra IR illuminator. It has 15x
optical telephoto lens, and takes excellent video and stills. I haven't
used my Canon EOS-10S since I got the Sony. I also use a Sony VAIO computer
for editing, selecting and saving stills, etc.
>From: Viper <viper@...>________________________________________________________________________
>To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: [infoguys-list] Camera Options???
>Date: Tue, 08 Aug 2000 20:06:54 -0400
>Hello fellow investigators. Being a fairly new investigator, I need
>some advice from the group at large. I've been looking at a new camera
>for use in the business. I had first looked at a digital camera (Sony
>FD-95). After discussing the use of the camera with a local camera shop
>owner, I am now questioning if this is the correct route to pursue. He
>suggested either the Nikon F100 or Canon EOS 3 camera body with a
>300-500 mm telephoto lense. I found the lense to be extremely
>expensive. I suppose my question to the group is this, what size lense
>have members found to be the most beneficial/useful in surveillance
>work? Is a 500 mm lense overkill? Pros/Cons of digital vs. 35mm? I
>appreciate any and all comments from the group.
>A.K.A Viper *S*
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- I have advertised this equipment in the past 2 weeks. I find this the best
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Sent: Wednesday, August 09, 2000 2:58 AM
Subject: Re: [infoguys-list] Camera Options???
> Put your big money in a good video camera that can shoot at night and take
> digital photos also and be used for covert operations,,,,,,,,try Sony
> Charles Williams
> Telstar Investigations Inc.
> 1025 Connecticut Ave
> Suite 1012
> Washington DC, 20036
> 5429 Mapledale Plaza
> Suite 131
> Dale City, Va. 22193
> 703 927 4813
> 703 580 9658 fax
> Member: PIAVa, GIN (Charter)
> Licensed and Insured in Washington DC and Virginia
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- At 07:21 AM 08/10/2000 +0000, you wrote:
Subject: Re: Camera Options???
We use the Sony digital TRV10E (the E is the PAL model for Europe). It does stills on the Memory Stick, and on the digital cassette, 0 Lux Nightshot and Slow Shutter, 120 zoom, Super Steady Shot, Carl Zeiss lens, has video input for board mount lens, and I could go on. I separately purchased a tele 2 converter bringing the zoom capability up to 240, and a polarizing filter to remove glare and reflection from glass surfaces. Our computers all have the Sony digital video card for image output in high quality right into our reports.
A fantastic system.
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