B + W 46mm Infrared Filter # 092 (89B/RG695)

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SKU: BW46IR092 MFR: 65-072263
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About B + W 46 Infra-Red Filter

B & W offers three filters for infrared photography, each with its' own unique features.

• This dark red filter is primarily for black and white infrared films.
•It filters out light below 650 nm.
• With color infrared film it produces pictures of a pure red image while making good use of the relatively low sensitivity of infrared films.
• Filter factor is approx. 20 - 40.

• This black infrared filter will filter out the entire visible spectrum.
• It is used with black and white infrared films with a sensitivity up to 1000nm.
• Filter factor is determined by the film sensitivity.

• This orange colored filter blocks the blue and blue-green portion of the visible spectrum up to 500 nm.
• It reduces the excessive sensitivity of color infrared films in this spectral range, separates colors more evenly thereby avoiding a blue tint.
• Filter factor depends upon the film's sensitivity.


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Randal B  I have been told that this filter will not work with dslr's, more specifically the Nikon D7000. My lenses are Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 18-105, as well as a Nikon ED 70-300. Anyone know if this is the case?
Andrew R  Nearly all digital cameras are shipped from the factory with an infrared (IR) blocking filter installed over the sensor (digital sensors tend to be IR sensitive). These filters essentially block visible light (in certain parts of the spectrum) but allow IR. Unless your camera has been modified for IR photography, these filters will not be especially useful to you (for the most part).
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