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ark19

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Yup!
I'm using Hoya R72.

But it's quite limited in use.
Can only be used in strong daylight. It's good for taking trees and plants as they tend to reflect more infra-red.

Still trying out...
 

Kei

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Think not all cameras are suitable for IR photography
 

mpenza

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Originally posted by Keito
Think not all cameras are suitable for IR photography
I know.... but couldn't find info that says IR photography is not possible for my camera yet :p Guess this is the downside of getting a less popular and well-known brand.
 

ark19

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I was looking for this filter for quite sometime....
Alan Photo didn't have it and quoted very high price for it,
Cathay Photo could order for me but had a waiting time of one month.
Finally wandered into Foto Guide to "try my luck".
They did not have it but were kind enough to check and ordered for me :)
Got it at $25.50.

Try the web link below, it's on infrared photography and there's a section on how to identify if ur dc can take ir pics. Cheers!

Can ur cam take IR photos?
 

dtaytc

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Hi, look like u r very familiar with IR filter... ya... I do like to get one of those filter too.. But dunno where to get one... did u know what is the different effect if i used a 1000nm and a 720nm wavelength IR filter? can advise? Thanks...
 

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