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About Hoya 67 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.

Hoya 67 Infra-Red Filter Features

  • Available in most popular sizes.

Hoya 67 Infra-Red Filter Reviews

Reviewed by 3 customers


Fantastic Filter!


from Saratoga Springs, NY  -  Pro Photographer

This is probably the most fun filter I own. I can choose to make trees pink or foliage white, depending; and it's an incredibly easy process! I have to say though, it takes a bit to learn how to focus first and mount the filter second, but it's worth it! Great buy!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Infrared Filter


from New York, NY  -  Photo Enthusiast

Infrared Filter

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Digital Infrared perfection


from Avon, OH  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I used the product with a Fuji Pro S3 and Nikon Lenses... this filter works with slightly less dramatic effect (which I find more pleasing) than I received with B+W infrared filters on other Nikon Products.


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Shopper  ?just bought a panasonic fz72 camera with 55mm lens can you recomend an infrared lens please regards Dave Dunn
ARTHUR N  Sure, but you need to do two things first. One, check to see if your camera can capture IR, not all can. Next, decide what you want the filter for and then find a good filter in that size. To do this you need to "try" a filter on with something that will emit IR (like a TV remote) then see if your camera sees the light. I can't help you with the Panasonic as it has been over ten years since I used one that I didn't own... I like Hoya quality. They aren't the most expensive but they do a fine job and if something does happen to it I won't commit hara-kari over having to buy another.
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