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06-07-2019, 06:47 PM   #1
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Aerochrome Simulating Filter

Finally got a chance to try out the new IR Chrome filter developed by French photographer Yann Phillipe and sold through Kolarivision.
Phillipe must have done an incredible amount of research as Iím seeing the results on digital are very close to what I remember for Kodak Aerochrome, with no need for color shifting or adjusting in post.
All examples below are minimal PP for exposure and curve adjustments only. Seeing Iím really going to like this for Macro Photography.

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You are using this on a full-spectrum modified camera?
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You are using this on a full-spectrum modified camera?
Correct. Sorry, I should have given a bit more information for clarity.
Full spectrum camera modification required, non mod and IR only mod wont pass the correct bandwidths.
WB is done with an 18% grey card instead of green grass or other such matter.
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Another reason to send K-1 in...

How are the coatings (if any)?

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Another reason to send K-1 in...

How are the coatings (if any)?
Not seeing any visible coatings on the glass. It is apparently constructed of multi glass pieces fused together.
Kolari does list it as having their AR (antireflective) coating on it.
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Okay, thanks. It is kind of weird that most IR filters do not have coatings. After all, they are used mostly outdoors and would benefit from it.
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