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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by jon.oman View Post
    Thanks Ari! The church was done with the 950.
    Ah, nice look. The 950 was my first filter, but I needed a tripod more than not, so I went to the 830nm filter.

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    Re: Digital IR

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    How was your camera modified and by whom?

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    I had a Nikon D70, D2x, and D700 converted by lifepixel.com over the years. The already converted Nikon D810, I bought from keh.com. It was a used camera. They advertised it as a full spectrum conversion. They graded it as EX+. I would say LN-. The shutter clicks were only 3851. I do not know who actually converted it. One of the reasons why I bought it, is because the cost was less than buying a used D810 and then having it converted.

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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by Ari View Post
    Ah, nice look. The 950 was my first filter, but I needed a tripod more than not, so I went to the 830nm filter.
    I would really like to shoot at 100 or 200 ISO. With that in mind, even the 850nm filter will require a tripod. I have a tripod I could use with my 4x5, and I have a tripod that might support a cellphone.

    With 720nm I rarely used a tripod. I mostly could handhold. Of course we are normally shooting in bright sunlight!

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    An older one, from 2010ish. D70

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    Re: Digital IR

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    I'd rather carry two cameras instead of filters. Shooting the extra camera is less fiddly and more immediate than finding, adding and removing a filter.
    Coming from 8x10, I appreciate the quickness and portability of shooting digital IR. Carrying and using different filters is too much like 8x10.
    Add to that a second lens with a different thread size, then you have to get adapters and


    As one move up in size from 1" to APS size cameras to FF and/or MF, lenses get larger and larger, and in these formats I find it more convenient to use full spectrum camera with one or two high quality zoom lenses with the same filter thread, and a range of filters, than to carry two bodies. And in the Sony a7r lens world some of the zoom lenses are for all practical purposes superb from corner to corner. Or one could also adapt all lenses to a single filter size via step up or step down adaptors.

    This approach is also more viable economically with the higher end FF and MF cameras that cost $3500 and up.

    Ideally it would be great to do all of spectrum shifting with a switch on the camera, and that day may come soon, but unfortunately not here yet.

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    Very nice Tuco! I like the tonality and sharpness of that image.

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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by alan_b View Post

    An older one, from 2010ish. D70

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    Very nice Alan. It should be in the architects pamphlet!

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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by alan_b View Post

    An older one, from 2010ish. D70

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    Fantastic, Alan.

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