Kodak C713 Point and shoot

LA2019

Member
Hi.

I've tried IR photography years ago with my Canon 40D (unconverted) using a 720nm filter. The results were OK but the exposure time were very long.

My friend was going to throw out some old digital point and shoot cameras which I liberated. Two Kodaks and a Nikon. I converted all three by removing the IR filter in the camera. Surprisingly, all three cameras still work after the operation! I did not install any glass in front of the CCD; I'm running them full spectrum and just using whatever filter I want(just a 720 currently). I added some PVC pipe adapters to hold the filter to the camera.

I've used all three and the best results so far have been with the Kodak C713. I just like the look of the images.

The software I'm using is Microsoft Digital Image Suite. It's old but it works for me.

Here is my Frankenstein camera...

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And here are some images...

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Craig

Administrator
Staff member
Gold
Love that Pop of White Foliage and Vegetation against those Black Skies and Dark Shadows.

Nice Work converting them !!!

Take Care,

Craig
 
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