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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Just a visible light capture (STC 595 cut clip filter).

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    Willow survivor at shore of Cayuga Lake. Sony a7R(m) + hot mirror sensor clip-filter + Zeiss 25/2 Batis + B+W 040 Orange filter on lens.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    ISO 6400, Indoor portrait. Run through Colorefex.



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    Nice shots everyone. Makes you wish Sony would just put out an OEM version supported by the common RAW converters.
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    This is a subliminal message to Sony to that effect. Yes.

    Thanks!
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    I spent a couple of hours on the Matanuska Glacier last weekend. The weather was cloudy, gray and cool (at least it wasn't raining), so most of the pictures I like best were of smaller details, not of the usual expansive glacier views.

    The only camera I used was the A7m (converted to monochrome by Daniel).

    I made 8.5x11 inch prints of these images for the June B&W print exchange and 13x19 inch prints for my own enjoyment. The prints on Canson Baryta paper look very good (to my eyes).

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    One of the many interesting ice formations on the glacier....

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    Monochrome plant leaves taken with the a7R(m) and Sony 24-105 G. Handheld with OSS on shooting straight down from the edge of my deck. 42mm 1/6 sec f/8 ISO 100




    Full color version taken with the Light L16
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    Japanese Fern in monochrome. Sony a7R(m) with FE 24-105 G @ 68mm f/11 1/10 sec ISO 125, handheld with OSS on.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

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    Sony A7rII (m), Olympus OM 28/3.5, Hoya 720nm on the lens, Infrared, The Hague
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    The garden frog was having a bad day. a7R(m) FE 24-105 G.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras



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    Sony A7rII(m), Canon FL 50/1.8, STC clip filter 595nm cut, The Hague
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Lockheed Constellation "Columbine"

    I made a 13x19 inch print of this image tonight. Epson P800, Harman Gloss Baryta paper.

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    Sony A7(m), FE 16-35/4G at 16mm, ISO 100, 1/800th at f8, Monochrome2DNG conversion
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    A nest full of baby spiders. Handheld snap with the CV MACRO-APO Lanthar 65/2 on the a7R(m) with STC UV/IR cut filter over sensor.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    A new addition to the monochrome family- RX1(m), done by Daniel at monochromeimaging.

    An infrared shot (Hoya R72 on the lens).

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    Sony RX1(m), Hoya 720nm filter, The Hague
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    A visible light capture. IR cut filter on the lens.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Although this monochrome mod was only for visible;e light and IR captures, it is possible to obtain Ultraviolet images.

    Here is a Dandelion in visible light (bright yellow in color):

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Sony RX1(m), UV-IR cut filter


    Ultraviolet capture (in light breeze!!):

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    Sony RX1(m), Baader U2" filter


    An UV street snap.

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    Sony RX1(m), Baader U2" filter
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

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    a7R(m) on Cambo Actus with 60mm f/4 Actar and B+W 486 UV/IR cut filter
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Carl, Nice!

    If the Actar 60mm is a rebadged APO Componon HM, you can use it for UV captures.
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Infrared. Rollei IR filter. This a coated Schott 700nm filter.

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    RX1(m), Rollei IR filter, The Hague
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Yoga day, Museumplein, Amsterdam.

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    RX1(m), Sony SEL075UWC, Wratten 87c, Infrared, Amsterdam
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    Fudge (Gets EU customs duty from today).

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    Monochrome sweet basil. Sony a7R(m) with STC UV/IR 595 cut filter and 24-105 G.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Curious pigeon.

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    I am too spoiled to use a Bayer camera. I would have never foreseen that I would prefer a RX1 (monochrome) over the much more sophisticated RX1R II.
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    A late evening shot with the a7R(m) and CV 65 Macro APO Lanthar, STC 595 UV/IR cut filter on sensor. Click image for full size original.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Infrared.
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    I had never been into decorating the cameras I use. The monochrome cameras look to be an exception.

    Aside from the essential, useful add-ons (shutter release button, the Metro handgrip), there are also engraved ones. The checkered sticker on the flash shoe cover is from Daniel at monochrome imaging.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    The decorating ring on the lens is also blackened based on how it behaves like a mirror in Infrared. The RX1 in infrared.

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    Sony A7rII(m), Canon FL 50/1.8, Hoya 720nm, Infrared

    The monochrome converted RX1 is also a "full spectrum" modified camera. It shows no hotspots even when stopped all the way down.
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    Fly on a Margarita blossom. a7R(m) with CV 65/2 APO Macro Lanthar

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    Training

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    Sparrow dreams.

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    Love the image and the caption Vivek.
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Vivek and others, I am intrigued by the idea of a dedicated monochrome camera, now that the Sony platform has matured so well. I love B&W prints and it seems that this process definitely brings out the best the Sony sensors have to offer.

    I spoke to Daniel yesterday and discussed some options. I am trying to decide what would be the best approach for me.

    At present I have the Rx1r2 and the A7r3 (my a9 is only used for wildlife and action). Clearly, the latter is more useful to me as my main landscape camera and I am loathe to convert it for then I would have to use my a9 for landscape and other work with a resultant lower resolution. I could have the Rx1r2 converted but that is my main travel camera for 'casual' use.

    So my questions are:

    1. Granted the Rx1r2 has a fixed lens, but if I am satisfied with that, is there any difference in the final image quality compared to the A7rX?
    2. If I bought a used a7rX and converted it (assuming I am willing to spend that extra money), how problematic is the IR filter issue with the different lenses - filter size and all that.
    3. My understanding is that the best approach is to have a 'full' conversion done, i.e. full spectrum so the camera then becomes capable of IR photography if desired, and one can simply put on a specific frequency IR filter on the lens as needed is that a good idea?
    4. Given that the camera loses its PDAF capability, have you had major problems with focusing using contrast or manual focus?
    5. If cost were not an issue, would you suggest converting an A7rX camera (I have most of the lenses in the system) or limit it to the Rx1r2? The former creates a more bulky set up but the lenses are already there and gives you greater flexibility.
    6. Finally, for this situation, is there a big difference to choose between the a7r2 and a7r3 given that the PDAF is no longer in play?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Hi Pradeep,

    A monochrome converted “full spectrum” is best suited for near Uv and visible captures. You actually lose a bit of IR sensitivity when you lose the microlenses and the Bayer dyes.

    Unless you do a lot of street photography, RX1/RX1R II conversion can be ruled out.

    Given your plethora of system lenses, I would suggest an A7rII for conversion. Yes, you lose the PDAF, so A7rIII is not going to do much. Although you may want to have the same battery for all your cameras.

    Filters for a full spectrum camera: the clip filters that mount inside a camera have their limits. Your 12-24, for example, will not play well with it. Your long lenses also might have vignetting issues. Anything other than ultrawides and super teles would be OK. OTOH, you may as well choose to keep the original UV/IR cut filter of an A7rII/III. Gary’s A7(m) is done this way. In such a case, you can use all your lenses without any worry about vignetting although only in the visible light spectrum.

    Here is where a “full spectrum” RX1/RX1R II has an advantage. 49mm filters.

    In my case, money was a big factor. My RX1 was bought as a fixer upper and I fixed it before I sent it off to Daniel for the monochrome conversion. He did a fabulous job. These are trickier than the A7x system cameras.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Vivek, thanks for a quick reply. I've been reading on FM about this topic as well and there is a lot to learn. It seems to me that the conversion does make a difference to the final image. Your point about keeping the same battery for all (most) of my cameras is very valid. Since I do very little street photography, it may be that I should have the A7r3 converted and not the Rx.

    I should probably have the 'full spectrum' conversion and use additional filters either inside the body or on the lens outside. Going this far, why not have the additional functionality of shooting IR - I quite like some of the wildlife photographs I've seen taken this way. I will of course need to find the filters to go with the lenses - an additional expense and more stuff to carry around! But nothing comes cheap or easy in life.
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Sony a7R(m) CV 65/2 APO Macro-Lanthar

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    Purple Oxalis. a7R(m) + Astronomic UV/IR cut filter + Rokinon 24/2.8. Selenium/neutral split tone in LR.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Pro shoots with flash bounced off the sky.

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    Amateur with her baby.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Daniel just emailed me and said that they cannot convert my a7r. Is this a new development or am I missing something here? Is there a way to get my a7r modified to be an a7r (m)?

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    You have a comprehensive list of debayering service providers here:
    https://www.fastrawviewer.com/Monochrome2DNG

    Alternately, you could do your own at your own risk.

    See: https://stargazerslounge.com/topic/1...-bayer-matrix/
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Those are file converters, but I need someone to remove the CFA in the first place. I had thought that there were a few companies in the US that could do this.

    Thanks,

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Read the first link, again. It is a mini review on the state of the debayered sensors including all the service providers available. Ofcourse, it is about a RAW converter.

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    Those are file converters, but I need someone to remove the CFA in the first place. I had thought that there were a few companies in the US that could do this.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    I had a chance to spend a few days in Prague, Czech Republic. The only camera I took with me worked out just great.

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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Quote Originally Posted by JoelM View Post
    Daniel just emailed me and said that they cannot convert my a7r. Is this a new development or am I missing something here? Is there a way to get my a7r modified to be an a7r (m)?

    Joel
    Curious. Did he explain why he couldn't do your a7r? He converted my a7r a few months ago.
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    Re: Dedicated Monochrome Cameras

    Daniel Morrison at Monochrome imaging systems does the conversions. I was referring to Daniel Malkin at Life Pixel. He does not do the conversion.

    Daniel Morrison at Monochrome will be doing my a7r (m) conversion when he returns from his holiday.

    I hope that this clears this up. I had my Daniels poorly defined or mistaken. I apologize if this caused anyone any confusion. I will email Daniel (monochrome) and let him know that it is fully sorted.

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    Jewish quarters, Prague, Infrared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoelM View Post
    Daniel Morrison at Monochrome imaging systems does the conversions. I was referring to Daniel Malkin at Life Pixel. He does not do the conversion.

    Daniel Morrison at Monochrome will be doing my a7r (m) conversion when he returns from his holiday.

    I hope that this clears this up. I had my Daniels poorly defined or mistaken. I apologize if this caused anyone any confusion. I will email Daniel (monochrome) and let him know that it is fully sorted.

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    I emailed Daniel Morrison about my pending A7r3 conversion just to make sure and he confirmed that he is continuing to do all the conversions on the A7r series as before.
    Too much to list, let's just say I have a bad case of GAS.........

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