IR shooting with a Nikon 5700

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by roger, Feb 6, 2005.

  1. roger

    roger Guest

    I read some threads on the D70 and IR photographing.. I understand that
    they are removing a 'hot mirror' which i assume is the IR filter... but,
    man... once thats off, u need to take the camera apart and replace the 'hot
    mirror' to take regular pics again... wow, thats a hassle.. Now I am
    wondering if it possible to do that on a CP5700...
    Isn't there a way you can make that 'hot mirror' into a filter that screws
    onto a lens like a reg. filter?
     
    roger, Feb 6, 2005
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  2. roger

    chrlz Guest

    I don't know about the camera dissassembly, but yes, B&W and Heliopan,
    if not others, make IR blocking or `high-pass` filters, I think they
    just call them `digital filters`. You may have to ask for their
    extended catalogue though - if you ask for an IR filter you will get
    exactly the opposite to what you are wanting.

    If you are choosing a camera on that basis, it might be worth
    considering cameras with nightshot capability like the Sonys. To go
    into nightshot mode they move the IR filter away..
     
    chrlz, Feb 7, 2005
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