- Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 11.4 x 11.4 cm ; 68 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 82 g
- Item model number: 1112
- ASIN: B0000AIS3D
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 4 Nov. 2007
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
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Hoya 72mm Infrared R72 Filter
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- Type: Infrared
- Size: 72mm
- Grade r72
- Effect passes only infrared rays above 720nm
- Application nature, scenics: Often used in crime detection, medical photography, detection of distribution of vegetation, etc.
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Top Customer Reviews
I word of advice though. You MUST use tripod as I have been using 20, 25 and 30 second exposures with a low ISO (preferably 100). Sadly the weather has been poor with overcast skies and the greenery of the trees and grass rather lacking, it is January after all!
Can't wait for the summer when the infrared will look stunning.
I have been tweaking my photos on iPhoto to increase the contrasts and exposure, the pictures are looking pretty cool.
I am a complete novice to this kind of photography but I am impressed with the results.
WARNING: Do not look directly at the sun, even through an infrared filter, although it is darker, it will still burn your retina and may lead to blindness. I just wanted to add this in, maybe it saves someone's eyesight. : )
OGUZ EREL NORFOLK UK
A lot of information says that certain cameras (like the D60) will not work correctly with this filter, as the camera itself blocks too much infrared light. Works fine for me, you just need a tripod and a 20sec+ exposure, just make sure you've set the white balance up.
Recommended for anyone who wants to experiment with infrared. Excellent filter.
If you have a previous generation dslr in the cupboard then this is a good way to get proper ir looking pictures with very little outlay and just a bit of effort with a tripod/release.
Makes you go "WOW" at pictures of places you have seen a million times before so cant be bad!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Getting interesting results now that we have found out how to use it and with which cameras it works best.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
- A solid very well made filter.
- Arrived on time and well packed and protected. Read more
All OK,seams to do the trick but takes a little practice to get great results. If I had a spare DSLR I would have it converted as a dedicated IR camera as I would get better... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Fatbob
Great results. I've enjoyed using it on my Fuji X-T1, I've achieved some great results and the camera exposure and focus work well with it.Published 4 months ago by Mr. Rupert S. Brun