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Posted: 2/23/2016 4:44:08 PM EDT
night vision security cameras? my crye pants are black but my arfcom tees and all my other shirts look white
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Raciss thread is raciss.........
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I thought this thread was going to be much more entertaining than it is.
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Originally Posted By joker581:
A lot of detergents have optical brightners in them that cause that sort of thing.
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This, plus there's also variances in how materials behave under various lighting conditions.

With the right light and the right material, certain types of clothing seem to disappear.

Sony got in some shit over that a while back because some of their cameras could see through certain types of clothing.
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Lol
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[Last Edit: 2/23/2016 4:53:36 PM EDT by Sodie]
Some fabrics are more reflective or less reflective and there are also some camo fabrics that show less infrared/heat than normal fabrics. They help you hide in the dark.

http://www.defensereview.com/blucher-systems-ghost-and-spectralflage-multispectral-combat-camouflage-fabric-technology-anti-thermalir-infrared-soldier-camouflage-and-vehicle-camouflage-for-21st-century-warfare-operations/
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I had to read the thread title and the OP several times and now my head hurts and my nose is bleeding.
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Originally Posted By elbeefalo:
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Same here.
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Deer and Turkeys always look coal black to me @ a distance.
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Originally Posted By joker581:
A lot of detergents have optical brightners in them that cause that sort of thing.
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So I should stop washing my multicam pants in Tide with lavender
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Evolution.
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Originally Posted By Zack3g:


This, plus there's also variances in how materials behave under various lighting conditions.

With the right light and the right material, certain types of clothing seem to disappear.

Sony got in some shit over that a while back because some of their cameras could see through certain types of clothing.
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Originally Posted By Zack3g:
Originally Posted By joker581:
A lot of detergents have optical brightners in them that cause that sort of thing.


This, plus there's also variances in how materials behave under various lighting conditions.

With the right light and the right material, certain types of clothing seem to disappear.

Sony got in some shit over that a while back because some of their cameras could see through certain types of clothing.

Check out some Halloween pics of women in black dresses!
Link Posted: 2/23/2016 5:06:14 PM EDT
Originally Posted By coldair:
night vision security cameras? my crye pants are black but my arfcom tees and all my other shirts look white
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Thicker material insulate your body heat better.
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Check out some Halloween pics of women in black dresses!
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Originally Posted By FrankSymptoms:
Originally Posted By Zack3g:
Originally Posted By joker581:
A lot of detergents have optical brightners in them that cause that sort of thing.


This, plus there's also variances in how materials behave under various lighting conditions.

With the right light and the right material, certain types of clothing seem to disappear.

Sony got in some shit over that a while back because some of their cameras could see through certain types of clothing.

Check out some Halloween pics of women in black dresses!


One of the early models with NV, and a filter.
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Originally Posted By joker581:
A lot of detergents have optical brightners in them that cause that sort of thing.
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there's a list somewhere of safe detergents that wont blow up your spot

woolite was the cheapest one
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Originally Posted By elbeefalo:


I thought this thread was going to be much more entertaining than it is.
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YUPP. I came here for something completely different.

 
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