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Old Mar 17, 2005, 6:42 PM   #11
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sweet, now I just have to get an IR filter for my S414
One thing you might try (if you could) mount the camera on a tripod, and try the shot @ ISO 64 for maybe a second or so. That last pic looks a little underexposed. nice shots though!:-)
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Minolta_nut wrote:
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I thought the 7hi and all of the other camera had that filter except for the DiMADGE 7 (I think that's the one, but I'm not sure).
All cameras have a blocking filter, but the strength of the filter varies. Dimage 7 has a quite weak filter, but later modes (7i, 7Hi, Ax) have a strong filter that make IR photos impossible without a tripod.
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MarkoB wrote:
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Minolta_nut wrote:
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I thought the 7hi and all of the other camera had that filter except for the DiMADGE 7 (I think that's the one, but I'm not sure).
All cameras have a blocking filter, but the strength of the filter varies. Dimage 7 has a quite weak filter, but later modes (7i, 7Hi, Ax) have a strong filter that make IR photos impossible without a tripod.
however you CAN take them if you use a very long shutter speed and a tripod?
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