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Galena Forrest In Infrared, Reno, Nevada.

This was taken by my first infrared camera, an Olympus C-2100, last produced around the year 2000, and was only a 3.1 mega pixel camera. It is also known as an ...
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This was taken by my first infrared camera, an Olympus C-2100, last produced around the year 2000, and was only a 3.1 mega pixel camera. It is also known as an UZI for short. The camera was IR light sensitive, and you would use an R79 red filter on the lens to capture infrared pictures. Without the filter it was still a standard color camera, so you had the best of both worlds. No long exposures required to shoot infrared. It was a camera that was way ahead of it's time.
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ntgreen PRO+
 
ntgreen March 23, 2016
Wonderful ... I have wanted to get one of my old camera converted to infrared but saving my pennies for an upgraded camera or a telephoto lens :D
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geophotos February 07, 2019
Here, the IR works superbly for the snow effect. Post editing only comes sort of close to the dedicated set-up. Top marks!
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renomike February 08, 2019
Thanks George, that was taken with my first infrared camera, and old Olympus C-2100 UZI bridge camera from about the year 2000. It was and IR camera with a red R76 filter, and without the filter a regular camera. The camera was ultraviolet sensitive, but It was only a 3 megapixel camera. They were way ahead of their time when it came out.

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