YEs, and no. If you convert a D200 with a built in filter, you get to see what you take, as the filter is on the sensor NOT the lens. Great for portrait and wedding.... but the body is now dedicated to IR "AND" you have to decide which filter you want. Once converted you are stuck with that filter. The Fuji 'IS' NEEDS a filter in front of the lens, so think of it as a scientific tool, not for spontaneity. Hence, nature and landscape is fine, but moving objects could be an issue. You can however use the IS as a regular camera with an IR/UV black filter. Good Luck.
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