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Has anybody here tried infra-red photography with the OM-D.
If you have what lenses have you found that are good/or bad.
There`s an interesting blog here.
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Tried it out today using the 45mm lens fitted with a small 37mm infra red filter.
Messed the settings up a little, and had to hold the camera steady for two seconds,think i`ll take a tripod next time
Its a bit rough but at least there`s no hot spot.
Quote: Messed the settings up a little, and had to hold the camera steady for two seconds
When in doubt Paul, remember iauto.
I tried a Hoya R72 filter on my 16-50mm lens, but the results aren't nearly as good as with my IR-converted G2. (I'll keep the filter in my bag, though, because I don't always have the G2 with me.)
I would have tried it with the 12-50 but I had left that filter at home.
The two second exposure was a bit of a git
Taken with the Panny 100-300mm at 300mm and cropped about 77%. ISO 200, no noise removal used.
Panny 100-300mm at 300mm, f8.0, ISO 200, bright sun. 78% crop. IS1 on and handheld.
Your dropping these in the wrong thread Denny
Oh, sorry Paul. That explains why I couldn't find them in the other thread.
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