runarut wrote in post #6115923
My opinion - your mileage may vary.
It is more likely activity is caused by more worldly agents. I would recommend a game camera. The kind that either senses motion by video motion or via sound based motion sensor. Many game cameras will use infrared "flash" for low light situations.
For a sampling of game cameras, see Cabellas or other fine outdoor equipment retailer.
Another alternative is to use a PC USB video camera coupled with motion detection software. Leave PC running with camera hooked up. Look in the morning to see what's up. Probably the least expensive option.
The toys going off happens late at night when im the only one awake like 2 nights ago when i was reading the bible a toy went off in the living room which is next to my room, all my kids were sleeping so no one else could have done it. It went off about 5 times in about an hour then once in the morning when i was getting ready for work.
Since all this happens when im awake i wanted to try to capture any images with the remote.
I wonder if theres any way a motion sensor can be used with the camera, i saw something like that that was used for liquid photography so the picture could be taken when the drop hit the water.
Dusty wrote in post #6115956
When I was new to photography I took some freaky images man, of people with their heads cut off !
Then I learned the rule of thirds and never seen those sort of shots in my camera again.
I was reading the post all interested on the images then i read the rest lol, thats funny.