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    Re: Digital IR

    Thank you, Jeff.
    Things tend to move quickly at my house. If you stay still for too long, you might get sold
    Having two IR cameras is a no-brainer for me, it offers a better work flow. But it won't work for many others.
    I almost went with the NX1, Samsung makes terrific APS-C cameras, but I really wanted a full-frame camera for my next IR project.

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    Good tips and https://www.isaacszabo.com/gallery.html

    I like his ways

    However I am going to wait a bit on a IR conversion, especially with this new NIKON Z fc, it is my first and only Mirrorless so far

    I see one more in my time, a full frame Mirrorless

    Thank you for your quick reply

    btw, I use CC daily


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    This camera is a Sony a6300, converted to 830nm by Isaac Szabo. Highly recommended.
    I'm selling this camera soon because I'm moving up to full frame IR.
    Isaac will next convert two Sony A7r cameras for me, one to 830nm, the other to 550nm.
    Processing is a yuuuuge factor in this, get your Lightroom and Photoshop up to date if you plan on using recent glass (as I do).
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    Re: Digital IR

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    Nice set of images Ari! You have that dialed in very well.

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    Thanks, Jon.
    I processed everything the same, but I omitted the last step (diffusion) this time.
    It also helps that it's a picturesque location for IR images.

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    Re: Digital IR

    More testing. Seems to be a daily thing. I'll learn this stuff eventually!

    Anyway, I was able to get an in camera WB for the 850nm and 950nm filters today. This was on my Nikon D810 full spectrum camera. So, I had to test things out. Did more just around the house, but also went to my favorite testing area in town.

    Here are a couple of shots using the 850nm.



    2021:09:01 11:43:32 : NIKON D810 : 24mm : 640 ISO : F5.6 : 0.01 sec : 1 EV



    2021:09:01 11:45:46 : NIKON D810 : 70mm : 3200 ISO : F5.6 : 0.01 sec : 1 EV

    Here are a couple of shots using the 950nm.



    2021:09:01 14:33:47 : NIKON D810 : 34mm : 100 ISO : F7.1 : 0.4 sec : 1 EV



    2021:09:01 12:12:20 : NIKON D810 : 70mm : 3200 ISO : F6.3 : 1/80 sec : 1 EV

    The only shot done using a tripod was the one of the church. It was done at base ISO (100). The rest were hand held with the ISO as high as 3200.

    I just noticed my camera date is off by one day!
    Last edited by jon.oman; 2-Sep-2021 at 14:00. Reason: Day note.

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    Like!

    Maybe I convert my seldom used D7000, as it has live view

    not my D750 as it is needed
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    Looking good, Jon. I really like the church and the trees.
    820-850nm is a great filter to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ari View Post
    Looking good, Jon. I really like the church and the trees.
    820-850nm is a great filter to use.
    Thanks Ari! The church was done with the 950.

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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    Like!

    Maybe I convert my seldom used D7000, as it has live view

    not my D750 as it is needed
    Thanks Randy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon.oman View Post
    Thanks Randy!
    How was your camera modified and by whom?

    Thanks
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