Ricoh Caplio R7

Announced Aug 28, 2007 •
8 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 28 – 200 mm (7.1×)
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Hi , my current computer is a Dell Inspiron 5547 (15") Relevant Tech Specs:  Intel Core i7 4510 2.00-2.60 Ghz 8gb Ram 15" 1080p IPS Screen AMD Radeon R7 M265 Graphics Card 1TB 5400 rpm HDD the relevant ports are  2x USB 3.0 Ports and one HDMI port (not sure  how to check which version of HDMI it is, but think it should be 1.4) pretty happy with the laptop so am loathe to change it unless absolutely required I was considering using a decent (and cheaper) 2k Monitor connected via the hdmi...
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As fellow 60mm XF users will know, the filter size is 39mm and it is deeply set in the lens body which means I need series of several step-up rings in order to clear the body in stages. I want to use my ND filter and more importantly my R72 Infrared filter. IR filters come in a limited number of sizes so mine was bought to fit directly to my 14mm and via a step-up to my 35mm. So - how many (or few) and what size step-ups do I need to clear the lens body from 39mm to 58mm? Has anybody done...
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So I'm getting a D3200 soon, and I'm considering purchasing an IR filter because IR photography is fun as hell to play with.Here's the thing: I've heard from various sources that either the D3200 is a relatively good camera for taking IR shots without modification - that is, the built-in IR-blocking filter isn't too strong - or it's a really terrible camera for it because the built-in IR blocking filter IS strong. I don't know who to believe.Now, I don't mind if I have to lose half a dozen...
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All with R72 filter. I didn't realize the shutter speed was so slow when I shot these. About 1/15 sec. This effect is enhanced by a different way of desaturating the image. These images are okay, but if you want real infrared, get a real infrared camera. Black walnut Neighbor's tree Japanese maple - "Many photographers get lost in the search for technical excellence instead of exploring new ways to grow in artistic excellence." Techno-Impressionist Museum -- http://timuseum.comArt and the Zen...
Shi Yali
By: Shi Yali (Feb 24, 2014)
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I have an old R72 and I'm thinking to test it with the RX10. It is a 52mm copy so before I go out and buy an adapter, I'm just curious if anybody here has tried infrared photography with the RX10. Thanks! --http://photogenic.asia
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By: rfeuer (May 29, 2013)
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I have the D800 and want to do IR photo's.  I just want to use IR for B&W pictures only would he Hoya r72 be the best choice for B&W. Thanks. --It's not the equipment, it's your eye that matters most
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I am an amateur going to Thailand in April and I would like some advice of what filters would be useful for beach/sunset photograhy? (Infrared R72, etc)I have a 35mm 1.8f on D3200 (and a Hoya polarizing filter ), I am very happy with it, and I will obviously get my tripod with me.But I can't seem to have very good results with this lens and I am also looking for some general tips. Any advice please?
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I assume  how well the camera works for BW and false color IR would depend on how the existing Bayer color filter array passes IR.  For example if only the red filter in the CFA passed IR, or if all RGB had the same response in the IR band it would be difficult to process for false color.Is there any information about how the CFA's in different cameras pass IR? This could determine which is the best IR filter, or which are the best cameras for IR photography.I have a E-P2 in for conversion,...
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I'd appreciate any feedback about using the SD1M for infrared photography. Ive shot infrared for years, starting with the Minolta Dimage 7, and the 5D and 5DmkII which were converted to infrared only by MaxMax with a 820nm IR filter. With the SD1M I'm trying to use a Hoya R72. This problem is that it blocks out so much visible light that I can't see the image to frame the shot. In very bright sunlight the auto focus works, but manual focus is out of the question. Am I using the wrong filter?...
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