12 Survivors Trace: Advanced UFO night vision video recording for beginners
An exclusive video posted to YouTube on July 12, 2013, offers never-before-seen ECETI Ranch UFO power-up images recorded with the new 12 Survivors Trace 5×50 digital night vision camera. The entry-level sports optic used in production of this online demonstration offers advanced starlight viewing with built-in 800×600 video recording to convenient Secure Digital (SD) card memory.
In this reviewer’s quest for affordable, effective UFO optics, the Trace offers a ray of light for night vision consumers.
The convenience of built-in recording plus starlight sensitivity suitable for celestial observation in a light-weight form that also works as a night vision webcam make the Trace one of 2013’s top choices for documenting summer and fall UFO-sighting-while-on-vacation memories (and one that can travel anywhere in the world).
Click here to watch “ECETI Ranch UFO Power-Ups with the 12 Survivors Trace” featuring exclusive never-before-seen ECETI Ranch UFO power-up images produced with the new 12 Survivors Trace 5×50 digital night vision camera on YouTube’s SecretMessageTV.
Night Vision Webcam
Social networking isn’t just for humans anymore. Imagine using a large-screen computer monitor to view live night vision UFO images, Skyping night vision UFO video feeds to your friends or live streaming night vision UFOs via Google + Hangouts over YouTube.
With built-in Universal Serial Bus (USB) compatibility, the 12 Survivors Trace ships with drivers for installation as a webcam to personal computers running Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems.
Simply install the driver, power-on the Trace and select the Trace camera from the options within your chat application’s video setup to begin sharing night vision video with your online social networks.
The USB connection can also be used to record directly to a PC’s hard drive (using the included software utility at QVGA or VGA resolutions and up to 10 fps) or to transfer files from the removable SD memory card (at speeds no greater than 1Mb/sec).
The Trace 5×50 runs on two AA batteries and is rated for up to ten hours of viewing or three hours of recording. Relying on such a limited number of power cells, the Trace maintains a low operating cost and a light weight of only 12.4 ounces (with batteries installed).
With only a four degree Field of View (FOV), the Trace requires patient smooth tracking to sustain recordings of moving objects in the center of an image frame. Unlike other 1x or 3x optics that offer wider perspectives, the Trace’s design emphasises telephoto spotting for bringing subjects closer.
If you plan to observe distant, faint objects using a night vision optic, the advantages of telephoto lensing through the Trace will be obvious at first glance.
Read the complete review and more in the Vancouver UFO Examiner for Examiner.com.