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Infrared and Nikon D100

AlanC

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"RE: Infrared and Nikon D100"

AlanC Basic Member
Fri 03-May-02 05:49 PM

>Does anybody know, or know where I can find, the wavelength
>sensitivity of the CCD used in the D100?

I've never seen any information of this type published for Nikon's digital cameras - there's certainly no information along these lines in my D1's specs.

>What type of blocking filters, if any, are in the D100?

The D1 series have a lithium niobate anti-aliasing filter mounted immediately in front of the CCD. The D100 will likely be the same - the spec says it has an IR cut & Optical LPF (uses LiNB).

Determining just how capable a digital camera is of IR photography seems to be something of a trial and error process: there are a couple of articles on the subject here and here.

On the plus side it seems the D1 series are good cameras for this type of photography so we can hope that the D100, with similar internals, will perform equally well.

Alan.

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