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06-15-2021, 12:14 AM   #1

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Filters on a Theta?

I've been exploring infrared photography for a while using various filters on my DSLRs, even to the point of having one converted for full spectrum (IR/UV blocking filter removed from sensor).

I'm now wondering whether there might be some way to explore this with a Theta? I guess this would require something like the underwater housing, but not made of plexiglass but filter material instead. Bt perhaps there are other ways? Did anyone explore this before?

06-16-2021, 12:17 AM   #2

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Just found this thread for 4 stops ND: Ricoh Theta S with 4 stop ND filter- Long exposure -

I do wonder if there wouldn't be some light leaking in from the bottom. Member @vngo seems to have left the forum after two posts...

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