That's pretty cool! If I can make ONE suggestion though, is perhaps put a few seconds of footage without the UV so people can appreciate the imagery they are seeing....
...What else can the UV camera capture? Can it see through fog?
Hey, thanks, and I'm way ahead of you with that idea lol (check two comments up response to Ervans about having a side by side or something like that), but yeah, I completely think that's the way I'm gonna go. It's IR by the way, not UV (I'm not really familiar with UV or what that would look like to be honest), and the results with fog I had good results one time and not so good another (maybe it depends on the thickness of the fog and how the water droplets inhibit the penetration of IR light). It doesn't penetrate clouds, so maybe density plays a major part.
I'm still trying to figure out the most cost effective way to get better video without spending $1000 on an HD camcorder that has nightision. I'm going to go out one of these days and film the nearby nuclear power plant and the water vapor that rises from it in a cloud. Should be interesting to see how it shows up.