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tonyr_d3000 Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Feb 2010Tue 04-May-10 04:52 PM
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"IR photography with D3000 w/Hoya Filter"


Little Rock AFB, US
          

Has anyone here used the Hoya filter on the D3000 or D5000 to take IR photos? I know they won't turn out quite the same as modding a camera to do it, but I would just like to see if it is something that I might like to try. If you have any examples of what you have taken and would like to post, that would be helpful.
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Tony

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Asgard Administrator He is your Chief Guardian Angel at the Helpdesk and knows a lot about a lot Nikonian since 07th Apr 2004Thu 06-May-10 06:10 PM
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Sorry, I have no personal experience. But I heard that the Hoya R72 filter will give you good results/images.

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tonyr_d3000 Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Feb 2010Fri 07-May-10 04:20 PM
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Fri 07-May-10 04:29 PM by tonyr_d3000

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Sorry about the link to an Amazon list. Wasn't thinking when I did it, just trying to make it easier on me.

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Artrous Registered since 04th Jan 2010Sat 08-May-10 05:38 AM
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Sat 08-May-10 12:39 PM by Artrous

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Tony,

I have used both the CoolPix E8700 & a D3000 with the Hoya R72. The CoolPix rendered IR in Purple, Black & White. The D3000, on the other hand, renders thing sin Sepia, Gray & White. I'll make another post once I get a chance to grab my HDD.

I have found feeding the IR images through Photo Shop helps immensely.

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