History Channel's "UFO Hunters" is one of the shows I watch every Wednesday (along "Lost" and "Life on Mars"). I have even interviewed for my blog one of the show's three investigators last year.
So tonight they were talking about some UFOs that are not visible with the naked eye, but *some* cameras are able to catch them on tape. And so I was thinking at that point: "I wonder if the HV20 can see that part of the infrared spectrum".
Lo and behold, the guys recruited a scientist and did a test to show that IR light not visible with the human eye was visible through the camera's LCD. And the camera they used was an HV20!
So I paused my DVR, grabbed my HV20, and snapped a picture of their little experiment on my TV, showing off the camera: http://hv20.info/yopu/HV20-ufo-hunters.jpg
Ex-NASA & MIT scientist Ted Acworth holds the HV20 in his hands.
It's always nice to see the HV20 getting featured on TV, even for small things like this!