Hello, Recently I broke my times an infrared-(Cokin A007) for my DSLR increased. The problem is in DSLR, the synonymous as an IR cut filter drinhaben. Fortunately I have an old Nikon D70, where the relatively weak. With newer models, it is almost futile. Problem two: sharp image design and shape are extremely difficult, since through the viewfinders no longer see (really nothing but black!) And LiveView gibts not.
So I thought I would check out my SonyDVD510, and so try, IR photographs. Benefits: In Nighshot mode has no IR cut filter more of it, second one has ne aufm image preview display.
Other hand, the small of my 2MP sensor model obviously not designed for professional nursing image predestined results.
Furthermore, the problem is that because of this scandal naked in connection with the night shot function of these restricted Sonyso was that in the NS-mode, no more influential on the aperture, which is always fully open! Also, the shutter speed is limited to max 1/50s. Even in cloudy weather and with IR before, lots of swallows light, the picture is still totally overexposed. Therefore I have not previously made with polarizing filters, then went to grade in overcast skies.
Here is the result of the rapid:
first recorded a normal picture in b / w conversion, for Comparison:
Antwort von B.DeKid:
Years ago (about 15) I hab mir mal Extreme ISO films concerned - but I was never so exciting and to what quality is concerned.
In today's INet DIY video instructions how to use the IR cut filter can expand - although synonymous sense free, but oh well - look on youtube ;-)