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    Default Anyone got spam on the "PF lens" recently?

    >
    >Be careful. ..
    >
    >This email is to be circulated for all girls and ladies -
    >MUST READ!!!
    >
    >The next time when you see someone (stranger) using a
    >Digital Video Cam or Digital Camera pointing at you, don't think
    >you are pretty and gorgeous. You are in danger in fact!! You
    >might land yourself as a "starring" or "porn actress" in the XXX
    >web-sites showing your naked body all over the world
    >unawared.
    >There are many pervert people doing this currently. Don't think they
    >are just tourists or reporters.Please be
    >awakened
    >and alert when you are doing shopping in Big Malls,
    >Airports,
    >LRT Stations, Cinemas, Beaches, Hotels so forth.......!!!!
    >Nowadays, technology in using high-tech cameras fixed with
    >a type of lens called PF LENS, which can
    >see through clothings. The PF LENS is able to see through
    >most types of clothes, for example, thin clothes, tight clothes
    >sun dresses, swimsuits and so forth. Be awared that this
    >means that the person taking a snap on you can actually see your
    >naked body both "upper & underpart" through the external
    >garment.
    >
    >In other words, the PF Lens allows the camera man to "see
    >through" someone's clothes.
    >Suggest that whenever you suspect some strangers holding a
    >camera or Digicam pointing at you, try to avoid facing him
    >(face to face). Quickly use your handbag or any shopping
    >bags in hand to cover your whole front body (in case), Next,
    >escape from the scene as soon as possible. This is to save a
    >situation from landing yourself into the hands of evil.
    >Recently, many girls and housewives' naked photo were
    >vastly distributed in the internet websites without them knowing.
    >Perverts intentionally move around places where ladies
    >usually frequent and took their nude shots. Imagine, one day your
    >male friend come to you and tell you, he saw your naked pose in
    >the web, how are you to face the situation????? Please take
    >this as something very important and don't take this lightly in
    >order to save a shameful and distress situation.....!!!!!!
    >Finally, If you are concern with many of your good lady
    >friends, please make an effort to forward this message to
    >them so that they are also saved from being victims of those perverts
    >preying around them unawared...!!!
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    People are pretty ignorant.

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    lol :P PF lens... *hmmm* got any with nikon mount? *kidding!!*
    Budget wedding photographer :)

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    is it a lens or filter? if lens, what mount? what focal length? got hyper zoom version or not? 12-500 f/1.8??
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    MF - Manual Focus
    AF - Auto Focus
    PF - Pervert Focus?
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    Wah, can organize MO?

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    alamak
    this kind of old technology.
    it's the night vision thing lah. in the past sony made night vision available in their camcorders and it could view through certain types of clothing because of the lack of an IR filter (I think) which...had some scientific theory which I forgot.
    anyway that was al ong time ago and now all nightshot cameras don't allow you to do that. you can hack it though. I prefer to use my special "x-ray eyes" method to look through clothes.
    if you stare long and deep enough at most clothing you can make out shapes and colours of underwear underneath.
    I think it's mostly my perverted imagination though

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattlock
    alamak
    this kind of old technology.
    it's the night vision thing lah. in the past sony made night vision available in their camcorders and it could view through certain types of clothing because of the lack of an IR filter (I think) which...had some scientific theory which I forgot.
    anyway that was al ong time ago and now all nightshot cameras don't allow you to do that. you can hack it though. I prefer to use my special "x-ray eyes" method to look through clothes.
    if you stare long and deep enough at most clothing you can make out shapes and colours of underwear underneath.
    I think it's mostly my perverted imagination though
    Hahahah... you give new definition to the words "undressing with his eyes"

    I remember those days, teh big recall of that particular model of Sony video cam. Think one sold on eBay today would fetch a very high price

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    Quote Originally Posted by yanyewkay
    is it a lens or filter? if lens, what mount? what focal length? got hyper zoom version or not? 12-500 f/1.8??
    1. it's a filter.
    2. come in small size. 27mm --> 52mm.
    3. cost US$138 --> US$152.
    4. mostly usable only in videocam.

    PF filters

    main use is a simple yet powerful tool for the study of faded, burned, worn, dirty or altered documents or paintings, secret writing and so forth.
    Last edited by coldman; 16th July 2005 at 09:21 PM.
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    huh?
    this thing really exist?

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    okay, not i rem. yes it does... but it's not as 'x-ray' as it claims to be u gotta turn ur camera on 'nightshot' iirc... then i'll be effective. cuz it uses IR mah... so seeks out the heat... can get thru certain types of materials.
    Budget wedding photographer :)

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    interesting... but i see of no use fr me... honestly i've been very dumb abt this IR see-thru thing.. now i know.. ahuhuahea.

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