The Indicator Light for Filming is a wireless signaling apparatus to alert a hunter that a potential game target is being recorded by a camera system.
Inventor John Kirk, an outdoor supervisor from Shallow Lake, ON has created a wireless signaling apparatus to alert a hunter that a potential game target is being recorded by a camera system.
Some people use video cameras while hunting. The ability to record all actions in the field make for interesting viewing that culminates with the kill shot at the end. However, in order to ensure that the camera operator has the game animal in focus, the shooter must talk to the camera operator, or make various physical gestures. This motion or sound can spook or scare off the animal. This communication also takes additional time in which the animal can wander out of range on its own. Inventor Kirk has created a means by which a camera operator can easily and quickly communicate with a shooter in order to avoid these problems.
This clever new invention is for use when recording while hunting. It alerts shooters of animals in focus. It is for professional or amateur use. It has a range of 100 feet or more. It allows hunters to see light activation without taking their eyes off their target. The use of the Indicator Light for Filming provides the ability to easily capture the hunting process on camera, without the possibility of scaring the animal away, in a manner which is not only quick, easy, and effective, but foolproof as well.