Invisible Camera (New Imaging Tech) seeking Field Testers! Experienced Photographers preferred!

The people behind a new imaging technology are looking for 100 experienced photographers to help them test a new kind of camera out in the field. What do they have to do in that test? What is this new imaging technology all about? Read on to find out.

Invisible Camera (New Imaging Tech) seeking Field Testers! Experienced Photographers preferred!

Chris Marquardt is the brain behind Invisible Camera, a new kind of optical technology that amplifies light and harnesses ambient light to increase image resolution. It sounds like polarization but it’s not, at least that’s what the people behind the new technology believe. They also believe that Invisible Camera will one day allow camera manufacturers increase image resolutions in compact cameras including those used in smartphones without increasing the size of sensors. Let’s see what those Invisible Camera experts have to say about their new technology. Please take a few minutes to watch the following video.

The Invisible Camera team is currently looking for field testers experienced in photography and 100 of them are required to conduct a 30-day field test that will start on March 30th 2011. Field testers will each be given an Invisible Camera test unit, access to the Invisible Camera reporting system, 100 sheets of special proprietary film and an instruction manual. The good news are the field test is open to experienced photographers located anywhere in the world and the first 5 field testers to complete the field test may keep their Invisible Camera test units. Photographers interested in participating in the field test may send their applications on March 25th 2011 at 8 AM PDT, 11 AM EDT and 15:00 GMT.

Chris Marquardt
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