buckshot164
Please add if I missed any of them.

Kodak V103
Kodak V803
Nikon L10
Nikon L11
Panasonic FS7
Sony P32
Sony P41
Sony P52
Sony P72
Sony s40 very tough
Sony s600 very tough
Sony W1
Sony W5
Sony W7
Sony w66
Sony W200
Sony W220
Sony W290
Samsung A402
Samsung A503
Samsung PL200
Fuji F20
Fuji F40fd

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bigbassmann
Kodak V1003 and V803
Sony P52 and P72
Samsung A402
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FIREMANJIM
Nikon L10
Nikon L11
Panasonic fs7
Sony s600
Sony w1,w5,w7,w55,w200,w220,w290

the Sony W55, and W200 are 2 of the best ir cameras out there
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bigbassmann
Dang Jim, I had forgotten about a lot of the ones you posted.
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MnMoose
Are these cameras that will be able to see the IR spectrum from stock?
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buckshot164
No they need to be modified.  Some are easier than others.
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MnMoose
When you modify the camera, can you still get color day pictures?
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kdornski
MnMoose wrote:
When you modify the camera, can you still get color day pictures?


only if you add an exchanger
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buckshot164
That cuts the list way down.
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MnMoose
Oh so it's not a good idea?
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wolvenkinde
Panny Lz8 and Lz10

I think a few more of the Panasonics could be done pretty easy as well, and work ok(or maybe even better than good - can't know til you try it though[wink])
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buckshot164
If a exchanger setup then the a503, p41, p32.  A402 camera is real slow camera.
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tjones96761
So what's the short list of cameras that are able to see the IR spectrum from stock? I would use those cameras just in case I ever decided I wanted to use IR.

"It’s not easy being drunk all the time. Everyone would do it, if it were easy." - Tyrion Lannister

When I get tied down by the ties that bind, seems like I'm never gonna find the time to do what I need. - Jason Boland "Somewhere Down in Texas"
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bigbassmann
tjones96761 wrote:
So what's the short list of cameras that are able to see the IR spectrum from stock? I would use those cameras just in case I ever decided I wanted to use IR.


Tim, the short answer is none. All of the cameras we use for IR applications have to be modified in order to see the IR spectrum and that means all of the pictures will either be black and white or have some tint to them either blue or red (pinkish) and have to be converted to black and white using some type of photo software. In order to get both daytime color and IR night pics you would need a camera that is suitable for installing an exchanger and that list is very short as Charles has already eluded to.
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tjones96761
Gotcha. I'll redirect.
What is the short list of cameras that can be hacked for an exchanger?

"It’s not easy being drunk all the time. Everyone would do it, if it were easy." - Tyrion Lannister

When I get tied down by the ties that bind, seems like I'm never gonna find the time to do what I need. - Jason Boland "Somewhere Down in Texas"
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