Sex on night vision camers
Martin Dohrn, the acclaimed wildlife photographer, has recently developed a night vision camera that might just change our entire approach to nature photography.Called the Starlight, it allows him to take vividly clear photographs of game on the Masai Mara in the dead of night, effectively capturing the otherwise private lives of these nocturnal animals for the first time."There are still very few photographic devices capable of creating images without sunlight or artificial light," Dohrn says.Sixteen years in the making, the Starlight, used alongside an infrared and thermal camera (of the sort popular with the military for night-time operations), allows Dohrn to penetrate even the most hidden corners of the Kenyan plains.Dohrn recently brought back these astonishing pictures taken in the Masai Mara, where he was making a film for the National Geographic television channel.One of his films, Mara Nights, was recently voted among the most influential documentaries by the BBC, but it is clear that the Starlight is the summation of his life's work."The combination of [this] camera," Dohrn says, "an infrared and a thermal camera, allows us to create attractive images in complete darkness, without using any light whatsoever." The latter in particular, he adds, was completely unaffected by light levels, "and so was able to reveal every single warm-blooded animal within a couple of kilometres."What Martin's pictures will do, I believe," says Sophie Stafford, "is encourage everybody else to experiment more, and also to take more risks, to become creative.It is hard these days to truly amaze in this field, but these new methods have set the bar very high indeed.
Besides the new sensor, the rest of the functionality remains the same – it snaps pictures, records HD video (probably with 20fps) and is Wi-Fi-enabled and can stream live picture.Xiaomi announced its third camera today – the Yi Camera Night Vision Edition.It has the same design as the original Yi Camera, and has nothing to do with the Yi Sport/ Mi Sport Action Camera we saw a few months back.But that didn't stop her from making one on last night's episode of her reality show.On Sunday's "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," Kim and mom Kris Jenner went on a mission to spy on Bruce Jenner during a golf game with former supermodel Angie Everhart.