Badgerbuckhunter

IR Digital Concepts 2.1 Mod

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Messing with it at work and thought how would it look with an IR mod done. Very easy to do. I don't know what it looks like in the day. The photo is in a small storage room about 15' to the wall. 1 layer of Edmunds filter. :hags:

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gypsy, It's actually a micro thin filter and not part of the lens, so the focus isn't messed up. :cheers:

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Good deal Badgerbuck! Most Cmos read near IR pretty well and had thought about looking but had been so busy I hadn't had a chance and figured it would be glass. Great contribution.

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About how thick was the IR material? was it about the thickness ao a transparency sheet or thinner?

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As long as its clear, a piece of transparency film may work to replace it. Might be worth looking at.

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Where can you pick up one of these cameras?

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Badger, that is great find on the IR! Should help solve the problem with the poor night pics for sure!

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I'm going to ask my wife for my allowance for the week :roll2: and buy another, and find out the thickness. I set the one I took off to the side and it got lost before I got it mic'ed. Orrrrrrr the lens is set up to adjust the focus, they just superglue the threads. Hmmmm maybe I'll try to disolve the glue and adjust.

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Badgerbuck, I did a IR mod this morning. I don't think its the glass, but re-attaching the apiture. With the location, it really doesn't affect focus from what I see. It appears to be about 1/64".

 

Here is a pic from one w/o the mod under my desk with no flash. It will be followed by one with the mod.

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