Converting a camera for infrared
We’ve got an in-depth guide to false-colour infrared in the latest issue of the magazine – learn how a camera is converted!
In issue 138 of Digital Photographer – currently on sale – we’ve got a great feature taking a closer look at infrared.
The feature includes an interview with David Webb from ACS, who kindly loaned us an infrared-converted Nikon D7000.
Here’s a closer look at the process involved in converting a camera, like the Nikon D7000, to make it infrared sensitive.
Close up the sensor with the low pass filter (hot mirror) still in place
Removal of the low pass filter (hot mirror)
An infrared filter being fitted
This is an example of what we captured using the D7000 as converted by ACS. For more like this, check out DP138 – on sale now!