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Three in the 820nm range

Discussion in 'Black and White' started by 480sparky, Aug 25, 2015.

  1. 480sparky

    480sparky SC Regular

    Aug 24, 2015
    Working on a rural house that has some old buildings on the property. Took a bit of time this morning to fire off a few shots with the 820nm converted P7100.



  2. Luke

    Luke Super Moderator

    Nov 11, 2011
    Milwaukee, WI USA
    Hi Ken,
    I really like these. My little bit of knowledge tells me that these are infra-red photos. Can you briefly explain what 820 nm is? I may Google it anyways, but thought the photos were good enough that an explanation might help everyone else here who has the same question. If this were a dedicated IR photo forum, I wouldn't bore you with the question.

    I'd love to see more, btw. :2thumbs:
  3. 480sparky

    480sparky SC Regular

    Aug 24, 2015
    820nm (nanometer) is the wavelength I had a Nikon P7100 converted to. It's pretty much a black & white conversion as it returns a pure magenta image off the sensor.

    Here's a few more:



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  4. bilzmale

    bilzmale Super Moderator Emeritus

    Jul 17, 2010
    Perth, Western Australia
    Bill Shinnick
    Classic IR - I love it.