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    Nex7 665nm and Leica 50 f/2 Rigid

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    With a Pentax 645D

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    Will, beautiful!
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    Nex7 665nm and Leitz 50 f/2 Rigid Summicron

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    Hasselblad SWC (38mm Biogon) R720, PhaseOne P45+ full spektrum
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    Tomorrow we host the annual international dragon boat races. Boats are arriving and should be a fun event coming up.





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    We're into our monsoon season now. Last night was the first I had to try out the new Lightning Trigger® by Stepping Stone. I've used their trigger with a Canon and after getting the A7r converted to IR wanted to try capturing lightning in IR. This is the very first lightning image captured last night. I used a 14mm Rokinon lens on the 7r (IR) set manually at f/8 1/125 ISO 100. Processed using just a small amount of HDR in NIK software.

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    This shot was captured yesterday (7/14/2014) at 3:12 PM. Same lens as before, a 14mm Rokinon on a Sony A7r converted to 665nm infrared. Tripod, f/8 or above 1/15 and ISO 50. Processed using a light touch of HRD with NIK HRD Efex Pro.

    Headed to the Sedona AZ area in a few days so we'll have a change of locations for lightning....

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    Amazing stuff, Don. "If you hear it, fear it. If you see it, flee it." Stay safe.

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

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    Tomorrow we host the annual international dragon boat races. Boats are arriving and should be a fun event coming up.

    Love this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Amazing stuff, Don. "If you hear it, fear it. If you see it, flee it." Stay safe.

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    Thanks Joe, I'm in the middle of putting a blog together on how dangerous this can be. Reminds me of "see one - think two"

    You are rocking the camera by the way!

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    I had my A6000 converted to full spectrum by Life Pixel. These were with 590nm (Goldie) filter.
    Infrared in the park-6 by cindyflood, on FlickrG]

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    I used mt FS G1 yesterday, with an external 850 nm filter, for our visit to the Orval Monastery ...



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    On the waterfront trail with the NEX5N-IR (720) + Zeiss 12mm Touit. Both images were blends between an R/B channel switched version and original (with dng profile corrections). Just an attempt to keep some elements of the neutral and warm original false colors.



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    One more from Orval ...



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    This series is really beautiful. I looked through them all on Flckr.

    I love the detail that the 830nm filter brings out.
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    Dragon boats with the NEX5N-IR720 and Zeiss 12mm Touit. False color rendering and then BW Adjustment layer, lightening the yellows and darkening the blues to generate a BW image.



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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    This shot was captured yesterday (7/14/2014) at 3:12 PM. Same lens as before, a 14mm Rokinon on a Sony A7r converted to 665nm infrared. Tripod, f/8 or above 1/15 and ISO 50. Processed using a light touch of HRD with NIK HRD Efex Pro.

    Headed to the Sedona AZ area in a few days so we'll have a change of locations for lightning....

    Don,

    Without sucking up too much, I have to say that this is one of the best hybrid IR images I've seen in a long while.

    Just got an A7r and so one of my Fuji XT-1s is now destined for full time IR to supplement my XE-1 IR. Think 830/850nm though for this one.

    Hmm, maybe I should find another cheap A7r and convert that instead?
    Ylem ...
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    Thanks Graham. I wouldn't limit myself to just one level of IR and go either with a full spectrum or 665 conversion then use filters to get the look you're after. In my case the A7r is converted to 665 nm I'm able to use either a 720 or 830 filter to get what I want; like having 3-cameras in one. If I were to do it all over again I'd opt for the full spectrum which gives me more wiggle room. Also can't beat full frame 36 megapixels!

    One more thought/plug - if you're going to convert to IR use Life Pixel and please go to their website from our link on our blog as it'll help in some small (very small) way of being able to pay our bills....
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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

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    This series is really beautiful. I looked through them all on Flckr.
    I love the detail that the 830nm filter brings out.
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    NEX5N-IR720 with the Sony FE Zeiss 35mm f/2.8







    This image was shot at an angle and then straightened in DXO Viewpoint 2.

    Last edited by scho; 25th July 2014 at 09:50. Reason: add image
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    Roadside Table for Two



    Found this on a back road while visiting the Sedona area last week. Sony A7r FE 24-70 (59mm) f/8 1/125 ISO 50 (handheld)
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    Chateau de Vianden, Luxemburg



    FS G1 with 850 nm external filter on the kit lens 14-45

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    Keep your eye on the ball! Sunday afternoon baseball practice. NEX5N-IR720+Sony FE 35 2.8.

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    After seeing the nice work here with FS converted cameras (Raf and Cindy), I went ahead and had my A6000 converted to full spectrum. Just got it back today from LifePixel (thanks Daniel!) and shot a few test images with and without different filters and WB. I haven't yet touched all of the possibilities this camera offers, just basic stuff so far. Looking forward to trying some deep IR with an 850nm filter that is on order right now. All with Zeiss 32mm Touit.

    Naked (no filters) and custom WB on neutral gray bench in image.



    Kolari UV/IR Cut filter, BRNO lens cap custom WB


    Kolari 590nm filter, BRNO lens cap custom WB



    Ditto above





    Kolari 665nm filter, BRNO lens cap custom WB

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    A few shots taken with the FS A6000 + Touit 12mm +590nm filter down at the marina.





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    The FS A6000 + Rhinocam + Hasselblad 80mm f/2.8 Planar. No filters. Full size image stitched from 8 shots is 155 MP.


    Original

    A 100% Crop

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    I'm excited to follow your findings, Carl. Congrats on the new conversion.

    BTW, I found a hot spot problem with my Zeiss Touit 32mm. Have you seen any?

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    I'm excited to follow your findings, Carl. Congrats on the new conversion.

    BTW, I found a hot spot problem with my Zeiss Touit 32mm. Have you seen any?
    Thanks Cindy. Yes, a little hot spot, but more concerned about some lateral loss of sharpness with the 32. I haven't figured that out yet.
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    I have been in California and Oregon for 8 days. It was mostly a family affair, but I did manage some photos. This without any filter on A6000 FS. It was foggy.

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    Thanks Cindy. Yes, a little hot spot, but more concerned about some lateral loss of sharpness with the 32. I haven't figured that out yet.
    Are you using autofocus? I have found that when I mount the 18-35 f/1.8 DT Sigma on the LA-E4, I can not depend on autofocus. I have registered a correction at AF micro adjust -20 and that does not quite do it. I have to tweak with manual focus.

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    Are you using autofocus? I have found that when I mount the 18-35 f/1.8 DT Sigma on the LA-E4, I can not depend on autofocus. I have registered a correction at AF micro adjust -20 and that does not quite do it. I have to tweak with manual focus.
    Yes, I use AF. Usually no problem, but for scenes with distant objects auto focus is not very reliable. I'll try some adjustment and see if it improves, otherwise I may have to MF with this lens.
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    Hi All,

    Fantastic thread, I found this place while googling for information on IR converted sony nex cameras and it seems I've found a good place for discussion with several members here displaying superb use of of their converted nex bodies.

    A couple of days ago I received a brand new Sony A3000 converted for full spectrum, which I'm very pleased with, see an example I've taken here: https://flic.kr/p/oj46DV

    However whilst it seems to work well with my normal mid to telephoto lenses, I was hoping to use my SEL1018 quite a lot alas the performance is terrible with that lens. Edges are horribly out of focus and there appears to be a considerable hotspot in the center too. The filter I'm using on this lens is a cheap one, but I'm loathed to pay good money for a better filter of the lens just isn't likely to work on converted cameras.

    Has anyone here tried this lens on a converted camera?

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    Hi All,

    Fantastic thread, I found this place while googling for information on IR converted sony nex cameras and it seems I've found a good place for discussion with several members here displaying superb use of of their converted nex bodies.

    A couple of days ago I received a brand new Sony A3000 converted for full spectrum, which I'm very pleased with, see an example I've taken here: https://flic.kr/p/oj46DV

    However whilst it seems to work well with my normal mid to telephoto lenses, I was hoping to use my SEL1018 quite a lot alas the performance is terrible with that lens. Edges are horribly out of focus and there appears to be a considerable hotspot in the center too. The filter I'm using on this lens is a cheap one, but I'm loathed to pay good money for a better filter of the lens just isn't likely to work on converted cameras.

    Has anyone here tried this lens on a converted camera?
    Welcome to the forum and congrats on the new conversion.
    I have not used that lens, so I can't help you on the hot spot issue. I don't think the filter would be causing the hot spot. It is usually lens coatings. It is possible that a cheap filter might cause problems with your edges. I hope someone can shed more light on this for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Welcome to the forum and congrats on the new conversion.
    I have not used that lens, so I can't help you on the hot spot issue. I don't think the filter would be causing the hot spot. It is usually lens coatings. It is possible that a cheap filter might cause problems with your edges. I hope someone can shed more light on this for you.
    Thanks Cindy, I'm loving the new camera even if I can't use my favourite lens with it! I went for a stroll last night and found myself lifting the camera to my face all the time just to see what things look like in IR it's a bit like looking at the world with new eyes

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    It is always an adventure.
    BTW, the Zeiss Touit 12mm works great on the Sony IR cams, if you are looking for a WA option.
    The combo of Maxmax CC1 filter and a UV filter for regular photography on full spectrum gives good results.

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    I've had a bit more of a play and have discovered that it is much worse at 10mm than 18mm, I'm hopeful that the filter is to blame, I've got a hoya red #25 on the way. Fingers crossed!

    Cindy, I've seen your pictures with the 12mm, they're great, I'd love to get one myself but since I already have the 10-18 which I love, it's a bit too much of an expense for me. I also find the zoom quite handy at this end of the focal length the difference between 10mm and 18mm can't normally be made up for by moving your feet

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    Decided to go wild and crazy with this one. An abandoned Bar and Grill off US 20 west of Pecos TX. Sony A7r FE70-200 at 166mm. f/5.6 1/100 ISO 100 and 830nm IR.

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    More wild and crazy stuff, this time from Dyess AFB in Abilene TX. This is the first jet to drop an atomic bomb. Sony A7r Rokinon 14mm shot in 665 nm IR.

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    A6000 full spectrum and 590nm filter
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    Weeping Willow Haircut

    Which reminds me that mine needs a trim ...
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    Last of works. Old hacienda converted into a home. Super Color A6000/20mm.
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    Above our russian farm ...



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    I'll be sending my A7r IR 665 conversion back to Life Pixels shortly to have it converted once again - this time to full spectrum. Now I need to gather the needed filters. Thanks to everyone who has given me this idea (you all owe me a little cash )

    I've also decided I "need a tilt/shift lens" (thanks to another thread) and have decided the best option is to pick up another Hartblie (had one years ago) that way I can use it on both my Sony and Phase One.

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    From the ancient Nikon D40 830nm with Samyang 8mm lens:

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    Nikon D40 830nm + 18-70 lens:

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    Nikon D40 830nm + 18-70 lens:

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    Nikon D40x 720nm + 18-70 lens:

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    MaxMax XNiteCC1 is the one that I use in order to shoot with regular light.

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    I'll be sending my A7r IR 665 conversion back to Life Pixels shortly to have it converted once again - this time to full spectrum. Now I need to gather the needed filters. Thanks to everyone who has given me this idea (you all owe me a little cash )

    I've also decided I "need a tilt/shift lens" (thanks to another thread) and have decided the best option is to pick up another Hartblie (had one years ago) that way I can use it on both my Sony and Phase One.

    Don

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