Night vision is not typically my thing as I am more into micro cameras and traditional IR flood lights used in security.
My question is that on these beacons we have tested them well at close range using basic modified camera gear, but for point to point surveillance at a range of 1- miles I’m wondering what’s best. Given the strobes emit a huge pulse from 8 LEDs, I’m wondering what should do the trick to simply be able to wear or use that would easy pick up on these when they trigger in a valley floor scenario with watchers up top?
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So, Goodman certainly has the answer for where he sees his business going, and the proprietary value of his product — now, the only question is numbers. For what the product is, Goodman likely has good sales, but is coconut-opening fulfilling a big enough need to get the Sharks involved? Its market value likely walks the line of a sure-thing investment, but the Sharks, especially Barbara and Mark, have been known to bring an entrepreneur onto their team simply because they seem like they've got the drive and ideas to keep the work going, which certainly seems to be the case with Goodman. If nothing else, they're getting a coconut out of the deal, and Coco Jack is getting some well deserved exposure.