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A&R Professional 58mm Infrared 720 IR720 For Canon 18-55mm 55-250mm 75-300mm 70-300mm Nikon 55-300mm 50mm F1.4 G Infra red 720 filter

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  • A&R dHD 58mm - IR720 Infrared Filter - for ANY DSLR Camera, SLR Camera, Or Lens with a 58MM Filter Thread
  • dHD 58mm Infrared Filter, Digital High Definition.
  • Low Profile Filter Ring, High Index Optical Glass, Maximum Light Transmission
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  • Use for photography with infrared films. Infrared film is also sensitive to ultraviolet rays and the shorter wavelengths of the visible spectrum so it is necessary to filter out all but the infrared rays. IR720 passes only infrared rays above 720nm. Infrared filter often used in crime detection, medical photography, detection of distribution of vegetation, etc. For photographer, this filter can be used with infrared film or digital photography to get interesting artistic and sometimes creative photos.

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008BUK4R0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 15, 2012

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A&R dHD 58mm - IR720 Infrared Filter - for ANY DSLR Camera, SLR Camera, Or Lens with a 58MM Filter Thread
Use for photography with infrared films. Infrared film is also sensitive to ultraviolet rays and the shorter wavelengths of the visible spectrum so it is necessary to filter out all but the infrared rays. IR720 passes only infrared rays above 720nm. Infrared filter often used in crime detection, medical photography, detection of distribution of vegetation, etc. For photographer, this filter can be used with infrared film or digital photography to get interesting artistic and sometimes creative photos.
Features:
* dHD 58mm Infrared Filter
* Digital High Definition
* Low Profile Filter Ring
* High Index Optical Glass
* Maximum Light Transmission

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kristopher Mesa on May 22, 2013
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Once you fully understand how to get great IR shots.. your mind will be blown!! I am very satisfied with the outcome of these images!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By nickinhk on January 22, 2013
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fits fine on 58mm and does what it says, testing it with my canon sx40hs(with 58mm filter adapter) since an amateur in IR photography
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The filter works with my unmodified camera, and produces dramatic pictures. However, like any IR filter, it requires a long exposure time; you can use a tripod and get exposures of several seconds with low ISO, or hand-hold at high ISO (if your hands are steady). If you're looking at the sky or at sunlit areas, you can generally use it with the viewfinder, but if not the viewfinder may appear totally or almost totally black
The most obvious effect of the filter is that everything is recorded as shades of red (you can of course convert to BW). I like this; it makes pictures look as if they were taken at night. Contrast is high, and the sky becomes fairly dark, though not black. If you use it with a polarizer, the sky will be even darker. Highlights are quite bright; expose for them. In general, anything other than underexposure will lead to garish pink blurs. I can't tell if the Woods effect (white foliage) works with this filter because it's winter, and I have no foliage to test it on.
I have not been able to focus properly with this filter. This is a property of all IR filters (at least on unmodified cameras) and it's in theory possible to compensate focus, but I haven't yet done so successfully. Photographs appear sharp when small, but are blurred (from being out of focus, not camera shake or movement) if you zoom in. The effect is not huge and may be pleasing to some, but it's irritating as a permanent characteristic.
Overall, it's quite cheap and fun to use, and you can get dramatic pictures out of it, but I can't tell how much it's an IR filter rather than just a red one, and it has the disadvantages which all IR filters have.
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