Infrared Filter 72mm. Aqueon Aquarium Power Filter 20 Up To 20 Gallon.
Opteka HD² 52mm R72 720nm Infrared X-Ray IR Filter
Opteka specializes in manufacturing special optical devices for the past several years, would like to take this opportunity to introduce a newly developed product called the "HD? Infrared X-Ray Effect See-Through Multi-Coated Filter". This filter makes it possible for you to see images that are normally invisible to the human eye. It sounds like science-fiction but it isn't; this fantastic new product has been developed using the most highly advanced optical technologies available. This filter will filter out 99% of light seen by the naked eye only allowing infrared light through so that technically the naked eye can see 100% black when the filter is in place. Multi-coating prevents light reflection, ghost light...etc, making images clearer and sharper. On your digital camcorder, turn the "Nightshot" function on - the naked eye cannot pick up the high contrast black, so with the infrared filter and Nightshot combination, for example, it will help you see in the images provided, that we 'accidentally' spilt some permanent ink on this document and the text is now impossible to read. However, when we attached the filter to our Sony 'TR250PK' camcorder, the writing is clearly legible through the ink - thus the x-ray effect! You will be amazed with the power if you take the time to experiment and experience its capabilities for yourself. If you already have a digital camcorder with the Nightshot feature and are interested in experimenting with the X-Ray effect, this is by far the least expensive method, giving you the results you are looking for. Just screw on the filter, switch on the 'Night' feature, and you are ready to go!77% (14)
Under an IR Sky
I finally found a way to get IR [or near-IR] photography out of my Coolpix 4500. I picked up a B W 092 Filter (72mm) for the Coolpix Wide Angle Converter (WC-E63). It's way cheaper than and equivelant to the Hoya RM72 which is the most recommended filter for digital IR.infrared test
This was the first image, and it happened to be the best fo the day. There are some challenges around focus and shutter speed, Still I'm pleased with the results and I can't wait to take more.
White trees and dark skies are a good telltale for IR photography. A good site with examples is echeng.com
test whether my oly filters most infrared light or not. it does not filter all, so i could buy an infrared filter! just received the hoya 72mm r72 infrared filter a couple of days ago
nfrared is a spectrum of light beyond that which we normally see. Infrared photography was only used in film cameras in the past, but despite having an IR blocking filter installed between the lens and the Digital Camera's Sensor, most digital cameras can still react to infrared energy, though at levels far lower than visible light. To take "infrared" pictures - i.e., photos primarily made up of near infrared energy - you need to filter out the visible light and only allow the infrared spectrum through to the lens. The easiest way to do this is to use an infrared filter.Related topics:
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