Paranormal Research Gear Rundown

I have been traveling across the desert southwest hiking up canyons, into caves, and up mountains searching for connections between the legends of ancient history and supernatural phenomena and their associated hot spots. I have learned how to travel light and only take the gear that I need to get the job done. I look for products that are light weight, affordable, and generally have more than one intended use. Here is a quick rundown of my research Gear:

I have been using the SiOnyx Aurora Black I Full Color Digital Night Vision Camera with Hard Case I Infrared Monocular Spotting Scope Monocular for Adults I Water Resistant, WiFi & Recording Functionality, and it has exceeded my expectations. The camera offers full-color night vision with a 44-degree field of view, making it perfect for low-light spotting and outdoor tactical activities. With its built-in long-range IR night vision capability, I can see a man-sized target at 150 meters, and it is near moonless starlight capable down to 2 MLX. The camera is designed for extreme environments, with an IP67 rating for prolonged water, solar, dust, and dirt exposure, making it ideal for use in inclement weather conditions.

The SiOnyx Aurora Black I also comes with remote viewing functionality that syncs to any smart device via the SiONYX app for wireless video streaming. Plus, with the ability to store up to 32GB of audio, photo, and video, I can capture and relive all my epic starlit expeditions and tactical night vision operations. It is an affordable alternative to traditional night vision goggles and thermal imaging monoculars, and it even comes with a hardshell waterproof case with foam tile, 2 lithium-ion batteries, and a USB charging cable. I highly recommend the SiOnyx Aurora Black I for anyone looking to upgrade their night vision game. While it does have it’s limitations and is not military grade, it is a compact option that provides great results for the cost. It’s perfect for the beginner who wants real results and not waste your money and time.

As someone who is concerned about the potential health effects of electromagnetic radiation, I have been using the Advanced GQ EMF-390 Multi-Field Electromagnetic Radiation 3-in-1 EMF ELF RF meter, and it has been an incredibly useful tool. This EMF meter is equipped with multiple high sensitivity sensors for detecting power lines, smart meters, cell phones, microwaves, and more. It even has a safety suggestion feature that allows me to understand my current situation instantly.

If there are paranormal hot spots with unusual fluctuations in radiation, EMF, or other strange anomalous energy the EMF-390 will catch it and allow you to zero on it like Ghost Busters. You can also debunk bad electrical wiring or even locate hidden wire taps or bugs in your house or vehicle.

The EMF meter is capable of detecting 5G network signals and RF up to 10GHz, which is impressive. Additionally, it comes with a built-in RF spectrum analyzer and GQ RF Browser for real-time RF monitoring. It’s easy to identify and recognize the common possible sources of electromagnetic radiation, such as power lines, cell towers, microwaves, and static, thanks to the EMF meter’s intuitive design.

Overall, I highly recommend the Advanced GQ EMF-390 Multi-Field Electromagnetic Radiation 3-in-1 EMF ELF RF meter to anyone who wants to stay informed about their exposure to electromagnetic radiation. It’s an essential tool for anyone who is concerned about the potential health effects of this type of radiation.

I recently purchased the HIKMICRO Pocket2 256 x 192 IR Resolution Thermal Imaging Camera, and it has quickly become an essential tool for my work. With its 256×192 IR resolution/49,152 pixels and thermal sensitivity <0.04°C/NETD<40 mK sensor & 8MP visual camera, this thermography imager provides a high-definition image with full-screen temperature measurement (Max, Min, Center spots), 25Hz frame rates, and a temperature range of -4°F to 752°F.

The Pocket2 thermal imaging camera is not only powerful, but it’s also incredibly easy to use. The 3.5″ touchscreen is simple to operate, and the 1-tap level & span feature instantly improves image contrast and highlights potential problems. Plus, with its real-time image transferring and report generating capabilities, I can easily connect my smartphone with Pocket2 via Wi-Fi.

The HIKMICRO Pocket2 is also rugged and durable, with 16G eMMC flash storage that can store approximately 60,000 standard thermal/visual images or 10 hours of recording videos, and a built-in Li-Ion rechargeable battery that can support up to 4 hours of continuous operation. Plus, with its 2 M Drop Test & IP54 rating, I can work confidently in most work environments.

Overall, I am extremely satisfied with my HIKMICRO Pocket2 256 x 192 IR Resolution Thermal Imaging Camera. It’s a hassle-free way to stay on top of potential problems and get the job done right. Plus, with a 2-year warranty for the battery, 3 years for the entire device, and 10 years for the sensor, I can rest assured that my investment is protected.

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These are just three of the Most Used pieces of gear that I have in my travel bag. I can take everything easily, and capture anything I need. I will do more product testing and equipment recommendations in the future, and continue to utilize everything in my documentary series on YouTube

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