LEICA UV IR FILTER - IR FILTER

Leica uv ir filter - Microphone reflexion filter

Leica Uv Ir Filter


leica uv ir filter
    ir filter
  • Infrared cut-off filters, sometimes called IR filters or heat-absorbing filters, are designed to reflect or block mid-infrared wavelengths while passing visible light.
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  • Leica Camera AG, a German optics company, produces Leica cameras. The predecessor of the company, formerly Ernst Leitz GmbH, is now three companies: Leica Camera AG, Leica Geosystems AG, and Leica Microsystems AG, producing cameras, geosurvey equipment and microscopes, respectively.
  • A compound word derived from " (Lei)tz " and " (ca)mera ". Apparently they were originally going to use "LECA", but another camera company already used a similar name in France, so they inserted the 'i' to prevent any confustion.
    uv
  • ultraviolet: radiation lying in the ultraviolet range; wave lengths shorter than light but longer than X rays
  • Fusing breakbeat-techno and drum 'n' bass, UV was The Shamen's final studio album. UV was released in 1998 under the Moksha label.
  • Ultraviolet
  • Ultraviolet (UV) light is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength shorter than that of visible light, but longer than X-rays, in the range 10 nm to 400 nm, and energies from 3eV to 124 eV.
leica uv ir filter - Leica Filter
Leica Filter E67 UV/IR
Leica Filter E67 UV/IR
This Filter is recommended for CCD applications where digital image sensors have not been fitted with an IR protection filter. Specifically the Leica M8, because of space limitations between the lens mount and the sensor Leica had to limit the amount of infrared filtering done at the sensor. Because of this you can get pinkish blacks when photographing in certain lighting conditions. This filter will eliminate this problem. This filter is completely clear and it requires no increase in exposure. Its filter factor is 1. It can also serve as a protection and filter out unwanted UV and infrared light rays

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UV-IR
UV-IR
La Leica M8 posee la caracteristica de ser bastante sensible al infrarrojo, lo que causa que la mayoria de tejidos negros aparezcan en morado... por no hablar de lo que hace con las canas tenidas ;-) Por este motivo han aparecido en el mercado sofisticados filtros de corte UV-IR que por efecto de interferencia optica producen estos curiosos reflejos. "En persona" es aun mas alucinante --- The Leica M8 has the feature of being quite sensitive to infrared light, which makes most black fabrics to appear purple... and let's not speak about what it does with dyed grey hair ;-) That's why sophisticated UV-IR cut filters were introduced, where optical interference effects make for those surprising reflections. "In person" is even more amazing
Summicron 50/2 : UV/IR test III
Summicron 50/2 : UV/IR test III
I received my 2 free UV/IR filters from leica and was wary about using them, as it said the lenses had to be 6-bit encoded. SO this week a new firmware came out, so I installed it, used a permanent marker to 6-bit code my lens and installed the UV/IR filter, here are the first batch of shots This looked really nice straight out of the Camera, the filter seems to work well!

leica uv ir filter
leica uv ir filter
Leica Digital Ultra Violet (UV) / Infra Red (IR) Filter for the 18mm f/3.8 M Lens
This Filter is recommended for CCD applications where digital image sensors have not been fitted with an IR protection filter. Specifically the Leica M8, because of space limitations between the lens mount and the sensor Leica had to limit the amount of infrared filtering done at the sensor. Because of this you can get pinkish blacks when photographing in certain lighting conditions. This filter will eliminate this problem. This filter is completely clear and it requires no increase in exposure. Its filter factor is 1. It can also serve as a protection and filter out unwanted UV and infrared light rays. This Filter has been developed for the use of the lens in combination with the LEICA M8 models. It is placed between the lens and lens hood

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