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Old 10-08-2013, 11:18 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Lacedaemon View Post
I meant to ask, for your IR photography, are you shooting film, does the Fuji sensor actually pick that up, or is it a post processing effect?

I have always wanted a hyperspectral camera...

http://www.engadget.com/2011/12/15/r...using-pvc-and/
The IR photos are made with a converted Nikon D80. It's the most sensible way to shoot IR - through the lens metering and composition, fast shutter speeds, and with correct white balance they barely need post processing. I bought a regular used camera, a regular round infrared filter and followed instructions online: http://eyesopen.org/2010/nikon-d80-infrared-conversion

I think most DSLRs can be converted to IR, but some are easier than others. D80 is one of the easier ones, full featured and nowadays very cheap.
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