Converting a DSLR for IR.

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  1. Groupcaptainbonzo

    Groupcaptainbonzo TPF Noob!

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    some time ago I had the address of a company in the U.K. who will convert a DSLR into an IR capable camera, Give it a check up and full clean, and return it to you for about £300.00p.

    I have lost it...

    can anyone help ?

    thanks folks.
     
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    Can't help you there but I just got my D60 converted by Jim Chen in San Diego and he did a fantastic job. Fast and he was really nice about any concern I had. I know you live in the UK so you might be stuck on sending it somewhere in the UK but just to let you know I sent my camera from the Middle East and there were no problems.
    you can check his site at: Digital Infrared at Jim Chen photography

    I'm not sure if this will help you, but just in case :)
     
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    Read that. ... Checked it out. ... W O W !
     
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    ouch more expensive than I thought but I'll be interested in hearing the results (I take it your going to have a camera converted). I've been wanting to have an IR DSLR for nighttime work with wildife (big IR light source along with the camera and thus no need for spotlamps that would spook subjects)
     

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