It's a spooky world out there. Ghosts, spirits, and all sorts of potential paranormal activity occur all over the world every day.
So it's no surprise that more and more people are interested in ghost hunting. But what if you want to get into ghost hunting but don't know where to start?
The first step is to equip yourself with the right tools. And one of the most important tools for any ghost hunter is a good camera.
How to See Ghosts with a Camera
Ghosts tend to be invisible to the human eye, but did you know that you may be able to see them using a camera? With the right kind of camera, you can capture images and even video of potential activity that takes place outside the visible spectrum.
If you want to see ghosts, then you need a camera that can see in the dark - into spectrums of light the human eye cannot see. Infrared ghost cameras are designed to do just that. These cameras use infrared light to illuminate their surroundings, even in complete darkness.
Another great option for ghost hunting is a thermal imaging camera, which detects heat signatures. These are often used by the military and law enforcement for search and rescue missions, but they’re also a great tool to use when searching for ghosts!
The Best Infrared Ghost Cameras
This Phasm Night Vision Video Camera and Light Package is an excellent ghost catcher camera because it has built-in infrared night vision in 4K resolution. Additionally, this camera has a wide angle lens, which allows you to capture more of the scene.
Speaking of capturing more of the scene, a 360° Ghost Video Camera with full-spectrum night vision can keep an eye on the entire room and in complete darkness. It's also compatible with other 360 Puck Modules such as the 360° Puck Infrared Light and the 360° Puck Laser Grid.
Finally, this SiOnyx Dual-Mode Video Camera brings professional-quality video technology to your paranormal investigation. It boasts military-grade night vision in full color, Live View streaming to Wi-Fi-connected devices, and the ability to track location & direction with onboard GPS, compass, and accelerometer.
The Best Thermal Imaging Cameras for Ghost Hunting
This FLIR TG267 Thermal Cam is the best thermal imaging camera for ghost hunting. It’s incredibly sensitive, capturing objects from -13° to +716° Fahrenheit (-25° to +380° Celsius).
Furthermore, it has an IR resolution of 160x120 pixels and a display resolution of 320x240 pixels. This makes it capable of capturing a lot of detail, which is displayed on a deceptively spacious 2.4-inch screen.
FLIR Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging provides embossed scene details for added context. It also features an onboard flashlight and targeting laser for optimal targeting.
Find the Best Ghost Cameras for Sale at GhostStop
It’s difficult to capture compelling evidence of paranormal activity. Fortunately, new technologies are innovated every year — and the ghost hunters at GhostStop are often at the forefront of this innovation.
A real ghost finder camera must be capable of using ambient data to provide evidence that may support the presence of paranormal activity. To find the best night vision, IR, or thermal imaging cameras for your next ghost hunt, reach out to our team today.