You have been known to do some of your best work in it.
(Your owl photographs are legendary.)
But the problem is that until now it’s been a little hard to capture your nocturnal achievements for posterity without use of that dreadful flash.
So consider this: the Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera, a Bond-worthy digital infrared camera built to capture what goes on under the cover of darkness. Or any other covers you have to work under.
On the surface, this is just like any other 5.0-megapixel camera. Go ahead, use it at your family’s holiday dinners, your office parties, your wildest ice cream socials. It will work just fine. But then when it’s late, it shows its true self. (A type you’re familiar with.)
When the lights go dim, the camera harnesses the power of the infrared spectrum to illuminate the scene, creating photos with a sort of strange, unearthly violet glow. But what you’ll probably find most interesting is that it lets you shoot video in the dark as well. So, obviously, this means that the first thing you’ll probably want to do is set it up in your bedroom and hit record.
The first sign of paranormal activity and you’ll have your first Hollywood blockbuster.