Kranji Reservoir Panorama+IR


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Tried to take a 360 shot, but too many families at the fishing spot....
 

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hmm
havent really ventured into ir photography.....
but has the lens been used for "other" purposes?? :kok:
 

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hmm
havent really ventured into ir photography.....
but has the lens been used for "other" purposes?? :kok:
*cough* what "other" purpose?
 

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Tried to take a 360 shot, but too many families at the fishing spot....
may i know wat lens or filter is that? is there one that can recommand for the F707? and how much does it cost?
 

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may i know wat lens or filter is that? is there one that can recommand for the F707? and how much does it cost?
Its a Hoya R72 filter...

Check this out to check if ur dc can take IR pics...

http://irdreams.com/how_to_shoot_ir.htm
 

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'other purposes' hmmmmm try loh! haha Anyway I wanna get IR filters too...but read diff IR filter got diff contents as in to reflect more visible light or less...so which is better?
 

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Originally posted by eadwine
hmm
havent really ventured into ir photography.....
but has the lens been used for "other" purposes?? :kok:
huh? can work in that way meh? My friend said can but I don't believe leh......
 

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'other purposes' hmmmmm try loh! haha Anyway I wanna get IR filters too...but read diff IR filter got diff contents as in to reflect more visible light or less...so which is better?
Well, I have limited knowledge of IR photography...
What I know from the Fotoguide sales person is that there is another IR filter RM90 that costs more than a $100...
http://www.camerastore.com/cat_003_hoya/003inf.html

From the website,:"R72 passes only infrared rays above 720nm; RM90 passes only that above 900nm. "

So I suspect that the RM90 will have a 'darker' result as it cuts away much of the IR.

Originally posted by AMDer

where can i buy one? is it expensive?
Most of the stores don't stock up so u'll have to order...
Bought mine in Fotoguide for $25+

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huh? can work in that way meh? My friend said can but I don't believe leh......
Not again!!!
http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=4600
 

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Originally posted by siewsphone
Any recommendation for 49mm? C-2100UZ one.
Ur 2100uz should be similar to c700uz, try the Hoya R72.
 

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