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    So I am finally sending off my 20D to have it converted by LifePixel for full time IR. Should be pretty cool and I am so excited to finally getting this done. My hope is that once I get the camera back, and since I have a second 20D I'll be able to take one regular image of a scene and on IR and then smush them together in photoshop. Should have it back in 15 days or so depending on how swamped they are.

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    I've always wanted to do that, I might do it when I upgrade. Can't wait to see how they look. How much is this procedure costing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMDtheUE View Post
    I've always wanted to do that, I might do it when I upgrade. Can't wait to see how they look. How much is this procedure costing?
    I would go on to say maybe a couple hundred? But for now the Hoya is good enough. A little more work involved though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TMDtheUE View Post
    I've always wanted to do that, I might do it when I upgrade. Can't wait to see how they look. How much is this procedure costing?
    It would have cost over $400 including shipping but they had a sweet sale on reduced it to $250, came out to about $300 with shipping and insurance.

    Got the camera back last Wednesday and I'll be heading out to Antietam tomorrow to do some serious testing.

    Yes, a Hoya filter works fine on a un moded camera however this causes the shutter speed to be reduced to the point you can't do hand held shots. A modfiied camera will allow for hand held and quicker shutter speeds.

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    Here's the gallery of images I took this weekend. I need to get my post processing down as they still aren't exactly what I wanted, but it's good for now.

    http://www.jrslaterphotography.com/I...16258157_nNfmb

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