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Old Mar 27, 2006, 8:33 PM   #1
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I posted this in the Nikon forum too but thought I'd share on this side too as there are "how to's" for Canon cameras as well:
Sorry in advance for the odd post but I figure that forums like these are where folks can share info - even if it's a little ... "ahem" ... risque' so to say -

Be forewarned - I wouldn't do this at home, well at least not until your warranty has expired... Definately NOT for the faint of heart...


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Old Mar 27, 2006, 9:21 PM   #2
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If you are interested in infrared photography, there are places that will convert your Digital Rebel, EOS D30, D60, or 1D, and also the Nikon D100. IRDigital is one company. The cost is about $350 for all but the Digital Rebel which is about $500. It is a one way conversion though and all you will be able to shoot is black & white infrared. There is a cheaper alternative, if you can find an Olympus C-2020Z, this camera does not have an infrared blocking filterand all you will need is a lens adapter and a Hoya R72 infrared filter. There are several other older cameras that will work also including the Nikon Coolpix 950, Canon Powershot Pro 90 IS, and others. Most of these are in the 2 MP range, but the Olympus still takes some very good pictures, mine is not for sale by the way.
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