Sony RX100 does a few more infrareds….

A few more shots from a very good compact camera  with a Hoya R72 filter.

Experimenting with a few different settings, this was taken in JPEG B/W mode then converted in DXO filmpack using a high contrast Ortho film setting. ISO 800 f1.8 at 1/30 of a second in mixed bright/overcast light (the contrast through an R72 filter is very low).

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Next , same settings and a good result shot in RAW and converted to DNG format using ACR RAW converter, then desaturated in red/magenta channels along with a contrast boost.

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Just got to nail the focus and it’s done. This camera should prove to be an excellent carry around camera – worth every penny!

Thanks for looking – hope you like them.

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6 thoughts on “Sony RX100 does a few more infrareds….

    • Hello Janaobscura

      The best part is that it’s a very capable conventional camera, but it can shoot IR in good light unmodified at it’s widest zoom setting, using f1.8 hand held. All that’s needed is to carry an R72 filter and use ISO 800!

      So one less camera to carry…

      Rob

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