NEWBIE EQUIPMENT HELP!
Posted 25 February 2005 - 10:04 PM
And also if some people want, they can do a poor mans tools for investigation if they don't have alot of money! thanks for your time people!
Posted 27 February 2005 - 12:07 AM
Bug spray for summer if your working in a cemetery or around deserted houses or buildings.I also have a cam corder 250.00, and also a digital camera 17.95 at Wal-mart. Plenty of film extra batteries for whatever takes batteries.
Posted 27 February 2005 - 01:17 AM
You do not need a million you can easily do it even on a tight budget, think Ebay, I got about 80% of my equipment from Ebay, I just got out bid on a Raytek non-contact thermometer, how much did it go for $61.00, try and buy one from Raytek and see how much it is as for equipment this is what I have (this does not factor in the rest of the groups equipment) remember, think Ebay, oh and Wal-Mart has so great deals too!:
(2) Olympus AZ-200 Multi AF Super Zoom
Olympus Camedia C-2020 Z – with lens adapter and (2) 128MB Smartmedia cards
Sony Handycam Vision CCD-TRV43 Video Hi8 with Nightshot and HVL-IRC Battery IR Light.
Sony Handycam Vision CCD-TRV87 video Hi8XR with Super Nightshot.
Special Cameras/Camera Systems
Stealth Cam – Model MC1-DCM (35mm camera and infrared motion detector all in one weatherproof unit)
(1) Wireless 1.2G infrared camera and receiver
(4) Sony infrared security cameras, 420 line, 200 feet of cable for each camera, B/W Quad Processor, Emerson 13 inch TV/VCR combo.
(1) Dr. Gauss – Huntar Company Inc.
(2) Safe Range EMF Meter – K-11 Enterprises
LA CROSSE Technology – IR-101 - features continuous collection of MIN/MAX values to evaluate the warmest and coldest point with display of current temperature. Data hold function to save the latest value in the display.
Raytek Minitemp MT4 Infrared Thermometer
CEM DT-8811 Infrared Thermometer
IR Filters & Lenses
Hoya R72 55mm for use with Olympus C-2020 Z
3.5” infrared lens (for ACDelco spotlight)
5” infrared lens (for Coleman spotlight)
2” infrared lens (for Mag-Lite)
Philips AQ6341 Memo Recorder with Voice Activation
Olympus DW-90 Digital Voice Recorder
Radio Shack DR-90 Digital Recorder
Panasonic RR-DR60 IC Recorder
GE Model 3-5375A Micro Cassette Recorder with Auto Voice Record
Labtec Verse-504 Microphone boom - unidirectional - Sensitivity: -67db, -47 dBV, - Frequency response: 100-16,000Hz – Impedance: 2000 ohms.
Omnidirectional Boundary Microphone – Radio Shack Model 33-2022, 30 – 18,000Hz frequency response.
(1) Radio Shack 49-426 portable
Also Stealth Cam (see above has a built in motion detector)
AcDelco Model 59-280(U) 1.5 million CP rechargeable spotlight
Coleman 2 million CP rechargeable spotlight
Mag-Lite 2 D Cell
35mm film: Kodak Max Versatility Plus 800 24 exp.
8mm: Maxell GX-MP High Quality metal particle 120 min
Audio: Radio Shack HC-60, 60 minute High Bias Type II
TDK High Output D60
(1) First Aid Kit
(2) T5000 Motorola Talkabouts with headsets
Posted 21 March 2005 - 03:10 PM
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Posted 22 May 2005 - 12:51 PM
As for having the million dollars. I have all the equipment I need, I would only add one thing...a pair of night vision goggles. A little too spendy for me right now.
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