IPVMU Certified | 11/10/14 01:53pm
I am asking, because I do not know: is lead-lined glass semi-opaque?
Is there a noticeable heat signature when this process is occurring? If so, perhaps thermal cameras are an option here?
IR 'signature' of thick lead liner glass would be like sky of moonlightless night. Pitched in black darkness except for errent high enrgy mutant particle to strike cmos, those would be like stars in sky.
After time cmos ruined by bombadiering partcles, but no wanted image anyway.
Glass stop IR good, thick glass stop IR better, lead thick glass best stopper. Better luck u will have looking thru one thick red brick.
Not good outcome there. But not a problem because Baccarat, for instance, is very high see thru visible light so there is no problem!
To thwart mutant showering particles use mirrors, mutant particles go straight, light makes left turn into lens. See the radiation waste clear without damage.
Put a camera in lead box, (excepting lens) to protect from anything, xtra precaution.
Source: friend Svet, was xray nurse and his ruined nikkon coolpix camera is a proof.(but he still use it)
IPVMU Certified | 11/10/14 05:11pm
Thanks for this update and information I will definitely look into this as an option. Question, do you know of any type of lens filter that could be used to cut down on the yellow effect of the of glove-box glass?
IPVMU Certified | 11/12/14 03:45am
Great idea, I'll give it a try tomorrow.