Our cameras arrived this week and preliminary testing was performed by viewing the live video feed on a CRT monitor. Though the cameras were ordered with the IR cut filters removed, we wanted to confirm this. Thanks to Lowell astronomer Ted Dunham for the suggestion of using a TV remote control to test the IR throughput of our cameras. This worked perfectly with the video feed showing a bright source on the front of the remote control. We also wanted to test the limiting magnitude of these cameras. Nighttime on-sky tests with the CRT monitor showed that we could readily resolve 6th magnitude stars, suggesting that we should be able to image meteors down to at least 4th magnitude.