Size:52mm | Color:850nm
Material:high quality optical glass +premium aluminum alloy double thread
Package include: 52mm IR 850 filter × 1
In what suitable light source should I use the infrared filters?
680nm for indoor and weak Shadows use.
720nm for indoor and weak light use.
760nm for cloudy outdoor at nightfall and brightness indoor.
850nm for indoor and weak cloudy outdoor light.
950nm for outdoor and strong light,such as summer time.
Please set a custom white balance of your camera.The way to set different cameras may vary,please check your manual.
The exposure time is relatively long when using IR filters, a tripod is necessarily needed at this situation.We also suggest you to use a cable release in case shake happens.
This works GREAT with a PS3 Eye camera for head tracking. I built an IR clip, and tried the usual floppy disk film to block light. It works, but not that well. This filter works perfectly, fits well (with some hot glue gun action) and just simply works. I can wear my glasses w/o it interfering....the IR LED's are easily seen, etc.
I purchased the IR760. Good quality glass and filter rings for the cost. Not too thick. The IR760 is decent under clouds, still giving bright leaves and very dark skies. It's even better in bright noon day sun. See the comparison to other filters in photos I've attached. It is nearly a B&W filter, giving little color, while allowing faster shutters than the 860nm filters.
The transmission of light through this filter is good. Given the price and quality, I’d have no problem recommending this to a friend .
Works as it should and can’t complain about the build quality either.
To view the invisible enemy
Better than I expected.
The lens properly screwed onto my camera with no issues. The build quality seems pretty good, it's a metal screw, not a plastic one like I've experienced before with other lenses. Overall, I'm happy with this product.
I finally got the opportunity to use the filter. Did not get the infrared look at all. All I got was a red image. I tried all editing techniques. After some research, I’m sure I got a bad filter. It may be too late to return.