September 30, 2014, 12:37:18 PM

Author Topic: 600D with infrared filters (not converted camera) - anyone had any success?  (Read 4405 times)

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A bit late, but weather and my free time haven't managed to meet up until now. Here are some samples from a standard 600D with Hoya R72 filter. It is a sunny day with a mostly clear sky and slight haze.


Image straight out of camera with auto WB. 1/5s, f/2.8, ISO1600


Same image with "auto levels" applied in photoshop.


Fresh shot after doing a custom white balance. 1/3s, f/2.8, ISO1600


Same image with "auto levels" applied in photoshop.

This is just a very quick and dirty test to give an indication of what's possible. Of course you could spend longer in PS tweaking stuff than my one click adjustment here.

Exposure time... if you need it, you could possibly use a faster lens and higher ISO to get into hand hold territory.
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