D-SLR IR Conversion

IR Conversion

Infrared photography is unique in that it allows us to see light that is not normally visible to the human eye, giving us insight into a world of different colors and textures that we are not accustomed to.

We offer a true IR conversion for both DSLR and mirrorless cameras. The cost to convert a digital camera with an APS-C sensor is $250, and full frame sensor camera conversions are $300. 

This includes disassembling and cleaning the camera, then removing the hot mirror in order to replace it with the infrared filter. We will also update the camera firmware if necessary.

Example images were taken by Vern Bartley (www.vernbartley.com) with a Nikon D800 converted to shoot Infrared exclusively (850nm).

Example images were taken by David Lewis with a Canon converted to shoot Infrared exclusively (720nm).

Example Images are taken by Jordan Sleeth (www.jordansleethphotography.com) with a Nikon D50 converted to IR (750nm).  The images were shot in color and then converted to black and white in post processing.

Example Images below are taken by Doreen Wynja (www.eyeofthelady.com) with a Canon 20D converted to IR (720nm).  The images were shot in color and then converted to black and white in post processing.