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About Hoya 58 Infra-Red Filter

Used for photography with infrared films.

R72 passes only infrared rays above 720nm.

RM90 passes only that above 900nm.

Often used in crime detection, medical photography, detection of distribution of vegetation, etc.

The Hoya 58 Infra-Red Filter is commonly used for Image manipulation and more.The Hoya 58 Infra-Red Filter is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast among others.The Hoya 58 Infra-Red Filter is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Hoya 58 Infra-Red Filter: Clear optics, Consistent effect, Firm mount and Strong construction

Summary of Customer Reviews

(9)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Clear optics (8),Consistent effect (6),Firm mount (6),Strong construction (6)
Best Uses:
Image manipulation (6)
Reviewer Profile:
Enthusiast (6)

Hoya 58 Infra-Red Filter Features

  • Available in most popular sizes.

Hoya 58 Infra-Red Filter Reviews

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4.6

(based on 9 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Nice fit for an olympus E510

I was a little worried about the ability of the E510 to take good infrared photos with the ir cut filter still in place. All of my worries were gone after I saw that first photo, the hoya rm-72 filter is a good match for this camera. I bright sun my exp time is anywhere from 4 to 6 sec. at f8 and an iso of 400. The other thing that I like about this filter, is that if you let your eye adjust for a few seconds you can see well enough to compose your shot though the view finder. Over all this p...

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I was a little worried about the ability of the E510 to take good infrared photos with the ir cut filter still in place. All of my worries were gone after I saw that first photo, the hoya rm-72 filter is a good match for this camera. I bright sun my exp time is anywhere from 4 to 6 sec. at f8 and an iso of 400. The other thing that I like about this filter, is that if you let your eye adjust for a few seconds you can see well enough to compose your shot though the view finder. Over all this product is a great value for the money.

Reviewed by 9 customers

 
4.0

Dreamy results

By

from Albany, NY  -  Photo Enthusiast

I'd read that IR filters can sometimes work with cameras that haven't been altered for IR. I took a chance on this and have used it with my unaltered Canon EOS Rebel T1i. I have a lot more practising to do, but am very happy with the results from my initial tests with this lens. (Seems to work well in both color shots- where the results are the expected red tones and in shots taken in monochrome)

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Works perfect for IR pass photography

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from Columbus, Oh  -  Photo Enthusiast

Used on my un-modified Canon 30D. Required a 30 second exposure to work, so make sure you have a solid tripod. Pictures turned out great...

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Just what you need for IR work

By

from West Des Moines, IA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

With Kodak HIE gone, Maco/Efke and Rollie are the staple film for IR shooters. With this filter's ability to cut off IR light at 720 nm that leaves little room between what the filter works at and the film's peak sensitivity. I have got great results on Maco and HIE with this filter. Yes, you need to bracket, but the results are stunning.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Worked okay.

By

from texas  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I didn't realize it was red in color, so most of my photos come out looking Pink which i have to remove in a software program. It's a little bit to strong for what I wanted and it leaves a circular brightness in the middle of the photo.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

best value/quality

By

from Irvine, CA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I use it with an unmodified Pentax k200d. You must have the camera mounted on a tripod but the results are in my opinion better than samples seen on the internet.

(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice fit for an olympus E510

By

from Mass.  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I was a little worried about the ability of the E510 to take good infrared photos with the ir cut filter still in place. All of my worries were gone after I saw that first photo, the hoya rm-72 filter is a good match for this camera. I bright sun my exp time is anywhere from 4 to 6 sec. at f8 and an iso of 400. The other thing that I like about this filter, is that if you let your eye adjust for a few seconds you can see well enough to compose your shot though the view finder. Over all this product is a great value for the money.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very good quality

By

from Boise Idaho  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Have not used it alot as yet. Due to its nature, it is best used when there is a lot of green folage. Sping is just starting here, so will be out with it alot soon. good results so far.

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Hoya 58mm RM-72 Infrared Filter by Hoya

By

from Salinas, Ca.  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Perfect lens filter to gain the effect that I was looking for

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Works well!

By

from South Carolina

The IR filter works just as I had expected. Interesting effects. I find I also need a ND (x4) filter with this in bright sunlight.

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Irwin W  will Hoya 58mm -72 Infrared Filter work on a Canon 40D?
KENT K  Absolutely not. The 40 D is a digital camera. This filter is used with specialized IR sensitive film. There are ways of shooting IR with a digital camera, but you have to bush into the firmware of your camera. From that point the camera is committed to IR and nothing else.
Ron G  is this for a Nikon D7000?
Chris G  This filter is for a lens with 58mm ring size. The lens could be attached to a Nikon, Canon, Sony, or other camera body. It only allows infra red (non visible) light to pass through. Since most cameras (Including the D7000) have an infra red filter (which blocks the light that this filter allows to pass through) you have to make sure the camera can handle it. My Canon 30D can use it, but exposures have to be 15 seconds at a minimum. You need a bright, sunny, windless day, and a sturdy tripod to make it work. You will also need some basic Photoshop skills to convert the resulting picture from Maroon and Black to White and Black. I apologize if I'm giving you information you already know, I couldn't tell your level of experience based on the question. A quick google search makes me think the D7000 is capable, but takes a bit of research and practice to make this type of photography work. Search "Infra Red Pass Filter Nikon D7000" and see how others have fared. Best of luck!

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