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DSLR that's able to give me infrared images?

by Damien Eire / January 19, 2006 3:33 AM PST

Are there any dslr's on the market that can mimick or produce images like b+w shot on infrared or is a plug-in for photoshop the only alternative? I'm still shooting film and I'm almost always shooting on infrared but time, etc is against me and I'm able to spend very little time in the darkroom any more so I've been seriously considering going down the digital line. Thanks for any help anybody can give me!

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I'm sure the Canon 20D and above can do this, and DSLRs
by Kiddpeat / January 19, 2006 5:27 AM PST

from other manufacturers undoubtedly also can do this. It is done with the use of an infrared filter coupled with somewhat longer exposure times. There have been magazine articles on this subject. Here is the source of one of those.

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Big thanks
by Damien Eire / January 20, 2006 12:01 AM PST

Cheers for the info and the link to the artice. I'll be sure to do some more digging to see what I can uncover and hopefully make the best choice. I know that digital film tools have an infrared plug in for photoshop, avid, after fx, etc but I'd rather have some control over the source image.

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