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    • By bcorton
      I wanted to see how well (or poorly) my TL2 could be coaxed into producing infrared or near-infrared photographs.  So I started this informational topic to pass along some of what I found out.
      I used infrared film only very occasionally during my predominantly film days, but there were times when it was just the ticket.  One of my favorite B&W films was and still is Ilford's near-infrared SFX-200 processed in PMK Pyro, both for normal and occasionally for near-infrared photos (but that's another story).
      It turns out that the TL2's sensor collects an impressive amount of infrared light.  (Simple test: try viewing the business end of an IR TV remote through the camera.  If you can see the IR diode--I assume it's a diode--light up when pressed, then you've got something to work with.)  The TL2 shows the diode very well.  So did the X2, but the X2 didn't fare nearly so well once I tried using it with IR filters.  The exposure times were way too long.
      Getting the TL2 converted to Infrared is an option, and one that will preserve exposure times we are more used to.  Filters, as you all know, slow exposure times down.  But if you only use IR occasionally, as I do, IR conversion of the camera isn't a desirable option.  So I experimented with filters, and the results are as follows:
      I used three filters on the TL2 in various types of scenes.  The three filters were--in order of ascending visible light filtration--first, the B+W 092 (which Schneider says "...blocks visible light up to 650 nm, and at just below 700 nm it allows 50% to pass through ....  From from 730nm to 2,000 nm the transmittance is very high at over 90%").   The second (perhaps the Goldilocks filter) was the HOYA R72 Infrared, which is designed to pass 95% of the light between 760nm and 860nm.  The third, and darkest, filter was the B+W 093 which . . . well, I'll let them tell it: "blocks the entire visible light spectrum.  It therefore appears black and in contrast to the B+W 092 infrared filter 695, it enables shots in pure infrared without the visible red.  The transmittance does not exceed 1% until 800nm, but increases to 88% at 900nm."  
      I'll put results in subsequent posts.
    • By Iduna
      all with Leica R4 and Summicron 50 mm
      Usually when there is a new toy in the house I try it out on subjects in our garden.
      This time it was the Leica R3. 
       
       

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    • By DAVIDHOPTMAN
      Leica M8 Leica 35 mm f2  Converted from Color file. I am a tree and art person.. the light just brought me in and the sculpted tree and urn spoke to me.

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    • By farnz
      This is St George Wharf on the Thames river's Albert Embankment shot in infra-red.

      Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content. Hallo Gast! Du willst die Bilder sehen? Einfach registrieren oder anmelden! M8 and 21/2.8 Kobalux with 093 'black' infra-red filter, handheld.
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