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 Why do cameras work with infrared?

Answer Infrared imaging is used for a number of purposes, including scientific research and legal or forensics work. Cameras that use infrared imaging are able to take pictures that pick up only heat-base... Read More »
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Can polar bears be detected by infrared cameras?

Polar bears are nearly impossible to see when viewed with an infrared camera. This is due to the bear's highly insulated body that lets out a minimal amount of heat, allowing the bear to live in ex... Read More »
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Will an infrared pool alarm system work in an area with wildlife such as deer?

Answer Yes, it will work but the wildlife may acyivate the alarm.
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Do all lenses work with all DSLR cameras?

No. All camera manufacturers use a proprietary lens mount and all are incompatible with each other. Nikon lenses for Nikon cameras, Canon lenses for Canon cameras, Sony lenses for Sony cameras.To b... Read More »
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Do sigma lenses work with NIKON cameras?

Yes. Make sure you purchase your sigma lens with the F-bayonet. Here is their lens finder: see related link
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