I was staring at a black camera today, thinking about what exactly I was seeing. it's not a perfect black body or anything, but i can still see it just as well as a white object. it seems that there would be a slight difference of visibility, maybe it'd be a little harder to make out what shape it is, but no i can make it out fine. unlike a perfect black body which you could only make out the outline of the object. so is our vision cover such a small spectrum that in reality a marginally different amount of light is being reflected? what light is being reflected at me anyway? there's no such thing as "black light" so is it just a small amount of white light? what do you guys think?