Tuesday, January 12, 2016

PC Mag Interviews FLIR About Their Latest Bigfoot Hunting Camera At CES


CES is the largest consumer electronics tradeshow in the world, and this year PC Mag was on hand to interview FLIR about one of their new products. Surprisingly, Editor-In-Chief Dan Costa was hip to what the new camera was perfect for. Even though FLIR doesn't come right out and say it, we know they designed this for bigfooting.


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    1. Jeff tech guru from Mountain Monsters AIMS team uses a FLIR to track them bigfoots

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  2. Big footing aside: this is really just a toy, yes? I'm no outdoors type but I still can't see it being of any real use. Surely the vastly limited field of view cancels out any advantage. I think I'd rather have my hands on weaponry if I thought a bear was tip toeing up on me. Although it's probably more affordable for search and rescue teams... Any real outdoors type have an opinion.

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    1. I've never been outside because I'm locked in a room 24/7 but my knowledge on Bigfoot and the great outdoors is second to none. This product wouldn't work for one main reason. Bigfoot would sense it and then turn invisible just before it entered a portal. Making it impossible to capture on film.

      Joe

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    2. Hahahahaha!! You are absolutely killing it lately!!

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    3. STRANGER DANGER!! @ 3:13 I hope they keep you in the texas looney bin FOREVER!!

      Big Gay (sicko)JON!!!!!!!! And to all the good folk of texas.please keep your pets indoors!!

      Concerned parents of Texas!!

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  3. I like dicks :(

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    1. Sperm is better to like :-)

      BGJ..aka..... Joe .

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