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    first shots

    converted ir d-lux 2 (lx1)...

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    Re: first shots

    cool shots...where did you go for the conversion? I wonder if I could have my D2 converted?
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    Re: first shots

    thanks, mike. i had it done at precision camera. their prices are approximately half of lifepixel and maxmax. i recommend them. call and talk with mark soares.

    http://www.precisioncamera.com/infra...-services.html 1-866-449-7287
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    Re: first shots

    oops, revised phone:

    1-860-272-2125

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    Re: first shots

    by the pool's edge...

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    Last edited by smokysun; 27th May 2009 at 08:47.

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    Re: first shots

    Looks great! Which conversion options did you choose?
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    Re: first shots

    this is the 715, which gives you less color and more infrared. however, it is below what some others like lifepixel offer, a more pure b&w at 830 for example. i'm happy with this range, though i now have cameras with higher and lower. and with cameras that accept filters you can add an ir filter to go higher.

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