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marc_8_8
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Apr 30, 2003 17:43 |  #1

Hi
does anyone know if the g3 is able to take ir pics?

thanks marcus




  
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CowboyPoetWannabe
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Apr 30, 2003 19:19 |  #2

I had the same question yesterday. What I found relevant was the following page (look for the IR filter description)
http://www.lensmateonl​ine.com/buy.html (external link)

They only discuss the difference between G1 and G2, so it's only a guess that Canon didn't change the specs for the G3.

I'd like to do IR as well, so any followups are greatly appreciated.




  
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jpmccormac
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Apr 30, 2003 20:36 |  #3

I've not done IR with a digicam but here are some resources you may want to check out.

This is a Yahoo!! Group devoted to Digital IR Photography:
http://groups.yahoo.co​m …Photography_Tec​h/messages (external link)

This is a German-language website of IR shots done w/ the G3:
http://www2.fotocommun​ity.de/pc/pc.php4?disp​lay=301156 (external link)




  
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CowboyPoetWannabe
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Apr 30, 2003 21:16 |  #4

Thanks, John.
Neat pics on the German site!! Wish I could remember what little German I learned 35 years ago. The gist I got was that the images were in both B&W mode and color mode using a B+W 092 filter.
Thanks again.




  
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Dana
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Apr 30, 2003 22:04 |  #5

Can't remember where, but I saw a specific statement about the G3 not being able to do IR photography as well as the G1 and G2. Blanking on the reason why right now...

Dana




  
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hypokondriak
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May 01, 2003 01:27 |  #6

some sort of heat shield or something like that...

someone did post some pretty decent pics with the g3 though... i think the shutter has to stay open longer to accomplish it though.




  
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