Any way to test if I put Photoblocker on correctly?

Koenigsegg

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http://www.photoblocker.com/

Other than actually..running a red light in a known red light camera area? I tried taking a picture with a regular camera and it showed up fine but I'd imagine the flashes the red light cameras use are different. Is there any way to test it out then?
 

Koenigsegg

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There's no way you can tell if it's actually on or not since it's just a clear coat of spray you put in the license plate..
 

Ikonomi

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Top Gear proved if you go fast enough speed cameras can't catch you. If you're really a Koenigsegg, it shouldn't be a problem.
 

Koenigsegg

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Originally posted by: LoKe
Or if a cop happens to pull up on your left or right?
What are you talking about? You spray it on, it's clear. You can't see it, end of story..
 

EyeMWing

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The ONLY way to fool these cameras is 170mph. If the flash on your normal camera didn't do it, the flash on their camera won't, either.
 

Maximus96

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I read those things are gimmics. some import car magazine did a test and article on it like 4-5 years ago, didn't work then...probably doesn't work now...
 

Koenigsegg

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There are countless news stories that have convered the product and they've all agreed the product works. They've interviewed many police officers who admitted that there's no way for them to get around this..
 

Maximus96

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well, if it really works, how come your camera didn't overexpose the picture like its suppose to? i'd love to get some if it really works.
 

Koenigsegg

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The idea of this product is not to freely run red light camers, which, I'm sure most people will agree, the concept behind these things are used simply to generate revenue..but rather to prevent the case of accidentally being caught in the middle of an intersection and having to pay a $370 fine because of it.

I'm sure there's not a one of us who has been caught beinge in an intersection for just a split second when that light turned red, and were being completely safe otherwise..
 

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