[Darkroom] Nikon d70
hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Thu Apr 12 22:04:13 UTC 2012
Actually you can't, and this makes me sad. Not because I want normal,
but because I want UV.
Usually when people hack digital cameras like this they just remove
the vis-pass filter. Then you can add IR-pass on the lens or just
shoot broadband. The D70 has an IR pass filter in the camera, on the
sensor, where the vis-pass used to be. So you can never shoot
broadband with it. I suppose there's some chance that the particular
IR-pass filter might still let in some UV, but then of course there's
also the glass lens filtering it, etc etc.
Anyway, we need a broadband / UV-capable camera too I think. So any
other dslrs around... they might get hacked. I really like broadband
On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 13:10, Jasmine Strong
<modulararithmetic at gmail.com> wrote:
> You could fit an IR cut filter to your lens if you wanted to make it act boring^Wnormal.
> On 12 Apr 2012, at 13:06, Kelly wrote:
>> Well, you're wrong. Something very good happened to it.
>> The D70 is hacked to produce only infrared photos. The color only
>> depends on the white balance. You can make it less red.
>> On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 12:56, Eyp <ebony.yvette.pleasants at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi there. Can anyone tell me why the Nikon D70 shoots and displays and prints with a red hue. Whoever used it before I'm a photographer I know how to calibrate settings and I believe something bad happened.
>>> It's no big deal if you tell me I have connects in the sf camera repair world I just need to know what happened.
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