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52mm Infrared Glass Filter for film and digital cameras -  $69

Infrared is a spectrum of light beyond that which we normally see. Infrared photography was alway a film cameras area, but despite having an IR blocking filter installed between the lens and the CCD, most digital cameras 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.

Infrared Glass Filter for film and digital cameras

Partial list of compatible digital cameras (some may require adapter to use the filter):

  • Sony DSC F707, F717, F828, V1, V3, S50, P93
  • Canon EOS EF Digital Rebel 300D, Digital Rebel XT 350D, PowerShot G1, Pro70, S110, S330, A200, A620, S60
  • Olympus E-1, E-10, E-20, E-300, E-500, C-2000, C-2020, C-5050Z, C-5060WZ, C-2100, C-3000, C-4040, X-200, D-560Z, C-350, C-7000, C-8080, C-750, C-770
  • Nikon 950, 2100, 5700, 8400, D2x, D70
  • Fuji FinePix E550, S7000
  • Kodak DC4800
  • Minolta D7, A200
  • Pentax *ist DS, Optio 330
  • Ricoh Caplio GX, GX8



Specification:

  • Filter thread size: 52mm
  • Made from high quality optical glass

 

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