J.K.
Heres the 1st pics from my 1st cam I converted to IR
Only editing I did was convert it to B&W

 

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IroquoisArcher
Nice how she's posing for you, good job.
Always figured I'd just edit to b&w if wanted to. For me at least the white flash doesn't seem to bother them...and I like color!
When you are in a difficult situation and wonder where God is; remember the Teacher is always quiet during the test.
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buck66
looks like u got the focus bang on well done
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peanut
Yep nice focus on that cam. Good job!!
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Z7hunter
Love the J10, nice, is there a post showing how the IR mod was done somewhere?
That looks like a buck to me by the way.
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J.K.

Thanks all   I'd like to thank wolvenkinde for helping me out on the IR mod  


Z7, Heres a link to the IR Mod.
http://www.camtrapper.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=5705

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woody meristem
Tried the IR modification on two J10s and wound up with out of focus photos on both. Rather than trying to use shims I decided to try removing the IR filter material from the glass. Put a bit of nail polish remover on the IR glass, the filter material then scraped off easily with a sharp blade. Reinstalled the glass and the rubber boot. Here are photos without and with the reinstalled glass - converted them to black and white on the computer.

Now to put it in a build and get it out in the woods. Without Glass (B).JPG  With Glass (B).JPG    
Without Glass (A).JPG 
With Glass (A).JPG 
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IroquoisArcher
Good job Woody.
When you are in a difficult situation and wonder where God is; remember the Teacher is always quiet during the test.
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ghosthunters
Great job. The IR pictures look great ..
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bigbassmann
Boy, that is a world of difference between the two. Great job.
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woody meristem
Thanks guys. I'm not a big fan of IR photos and much prefer color even at night, but I have a spot where a white flash would mean a stolen camera.

The J10 IR conversion is doable just by removing the IR glass (http://camtrapper.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=5705&sid=1423f51b1268e1251a9e4834a377ac0a), but that sure didn't work for the two I tried. It's really easy to get to the IR filter glass and then replace it after the filter material has been removed.
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buckshot164
I still have a ir j10.  In the process of adding a remote wireless slave.
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ghosthunters
buckshot164 wrote:
I still have a ir j10.  In the process of adding a remote wireless slave.


I have did up a few wireless as well recently. What components are you using Charles? What make model of transmitter/receiver, slave controller, control board?
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buckshot164
I am using the aio board modified.  I am using a 3 flash wireless transmitter and receiver.
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ghosthunters
buckshot164 wrote:
I am using the aio board modified.  I am using a 3 flash wireless transmitter and receiver.


What make model of transmitter/receiver ?
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