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How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!

 
Sweet Johnny
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08/26/2012 07:27 AM
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How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Anyone, anyone?

What can you buy, or use?
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08/26/2012 07:35 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
I found this:

[link to www.ebay.com.au]

Expensive tho.
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Do space blankets work?
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08/26/2012 07:40 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Do space blankets work?
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I would think...Might have to sew one into the inside of the clothing. Hiding in a hole works.
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08/26/2012 07:42 AM

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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Tin foil works for me. I use it all the time, everywhere.

This is my room:

[link to 4.bp.blogspot.com]
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08/26/2012 07:50 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
I did some research on this a few years ago, and the answer is so simple that it will probably take a few seconds to trickle into consciousness. A kind "oh..." moment.


What you need is a physical object to block the heat and enough distance from that object so that the heat behind it can dissipate.

So yes, an insulator like a space blanket works well, but don't wrap it around your body, set it up so that it acts as a wall away from you, letting the heat behind it rise into the air.

That's all you need. A regular blanket or even a sheet will work, if you have enough space left behind it.

A bush won't work, having too many gaps, but a bush with a space blanket behind it? Perfect.

Try not to stay in one place too long and remember, if they have infra-red, they have night vision as well, so constantly work to stay out of sight.

Often what works that way will also help with infra-red.

Hiding behind a building always works for instance.

A pane of glass works, in the dark (not for night vision!) as long as you don't touch it. So will a board propped up.

It isn't hard to beat infra-red, or night vision. You just need to be careful and plan ahead when possible.
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08/26/2012 07:57 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
if your going a grow op them tents are prett good at dispersing heat but you would need to use a thermal cam to see if it was working
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08/26/2012 07:58 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Tin foil works for me. I use it all the time, everywhere.

This is my room:

[link to 4.bp.blogspot.com]
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wtf lol
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08/26/2012 07:59 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Do space blankets work?
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cheeper same stuff but that is im asuming this is the purpose for it?
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08/26/2012 09:58 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Tin foil works for me. I use it all the time, everywhere.

This is my room:

[link to 4.bp.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Shoot straight Johnny


You are kidding right?!
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08/26/2012 10:00 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
if your going a grow op
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No, not for weed.
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08/26/2012 10:01 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
what for then spill the beans skippy
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08/26/2012 10:03 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
is predator after you
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08/26/2012 10:03 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Why do you think they banned lead based paint, had nothing to do with poisoning its so there cams would work.
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08/26/2012 10:14 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
you'd have block your heat, any exposed skin will glow. Anything exposed can be heated up with some type of lazer pulse that they use, making you even hotter. Your eyes will be permantly damaged from this lazer pulse if you are looking in the general direction and too many pulses is like welding with no welding helmet.

It uses light, light can be reflected with a mirror. If you shine the light back to the source, it can't see shit.
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08/26/2012 10:14 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
in my tireless experments with fun and bullchite stuff we found a couple ways to get away from night scope cameras

one quick easy way we stumbled upon was my buddy was wearing a green shirt,the exact same color as the night scope monitor,but a little faded, and it looked like a big hole in his chest with only his head and arms showing.
only bad thing was the wrinkles in the shirt would show and give it away.....
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08/26/2012 10:16 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Why do you think they banned lead based paint, had nothing to do with poisoning its so there cams would work.
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yup thats another way....
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08/26/2012 10:19 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Anyone, anyone?

What can you buy, or use?
 Quoting: Sweet Johnny 22389534


One way to block a heat camera is to destroy it...
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08/26/2012 10:21 AM
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you'd have block your heat,
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Or block half of it so you no longer have the heat signature of a human, and therefore not worth bothering with.
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08/26/2012 10:24 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
in my tireless experments with fun and bullchite stuff we found a couple ways to get away from night scope cameras

one quick easy way we stumbled upon was my buddy was wearing a green shirt,the exact same color as the night scope monitor,but a little faded, and it looked like a big hole in his chest with only his head and arms showing.
only bad thing was the wrinkles in the shirt would show and give it away.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3188128


you're speaking of the night vision cameras that amplify light, that's totally different from infrared. With those any light source or reflector will be too bright to look at.
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
you'd have block your heat,
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Or block half of it so you no longer have the heat signature of a human, and therefore not worth bothering with.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22389534


you can still be seen though, blocking it all will make you invisible to infrared.
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08/26/2012 10:31 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
you'd have block your heat,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22629402


Or block half of it so you no longer have the heat signature of a human, and therefore not worth bothering with.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22389534


you can still be seen though, blocking it all will make you invisible to infrared.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22629402


that's not easy to do either, even covered head to toe will still let out some heat, it'll help but you can still be seen.
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08/26/2012 11:04 AM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
Anyone, anyone?

What can you buy, or use?
 Quoting: Sweet Johnny 22389534


One way to block a heat camera is to destroy it...
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disable the operator, win a free camera.
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08/26/2012 12:43 PM
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Re: How to block heat/infra red scopes/cameras?!
that's funny about destroying the camera, but hardly a good suggestion..drones/copters can be so far away that you can't even hear them, yet they can see you without worry of small arms fire.

unless you can see where the source is and reflect the light back(which also gives your position away), there's very little that you can do to keep from being seen, other than comeplete masking of your body heat and like I said earlier, that's not easy to do as eventually your body heat soaks into anything you wear.


infrared wasn't the reason for outlawing lead paint, lead is poison and had nothing to do with infrared, which probably didn't exist to anyone but military back then.

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