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    Default ir cameras and flowering cannabis, problem?

    Hey all, I just installed a few ir cameras and suddenly had this wild thought. Will the ir cause problems with flowering if the camera is pointed in the general direction of the plants? They are not full on at the plants but, some of the plants are in view of camera, from the side.
    Thanks for any help or REAL info on this

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    I just bought two cameras today with night vision meaning infrared as well so I too am interested if it will affect them negatively

    Good question btw
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    I don't think you'll have a problem,we used red lights during my special forces time,sitting in a red lit room,pupils open fully,once outside,you'll see like you in daylight,red and green don't hurt night spectrum,hope that helps,peace

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    Default Little red lites

    I have found that I definitely have Hermie problems with the little lights on ground fault extension cords. Don't know if that's the same though. OJ
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    I have also,its the white light behind that damn red lens that gets us,lol,I taped over mine,good catch OJ,lol,peace

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    It should help with flowering, though it might induce some stretching.

    The amount of light that it would be emitting is likely miniscule though so I wouldn't expect much from it either way. You might consider conducting an experiment in order to better ascertain the extent of any effect it may have, if any.

    Does a clone enjoying otherwise similar environmental controlled conditions stretch a little higher while in a more direct line of sight of the IR camera than a clone that is further outside the LOS? Wider, thinner leaves? etc.

    BTW a white light filtered by a red lense is effectively a red light.

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    Mine was hooked into the flowering power source so it was a non issue and was only sitting on a relatively heavy item so that I could check the screen and see if it had dislodged. Still an interesting topic though as I'm sure someone out there has already placed a night-vision camera in their flower room to look at their plants in the dark period.
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