Another Day Of Mountain-biking In Infrared

Camera: Fuji X-T1 IR + Kolari Vision IR Chrome Lens Filter
Exposure: 1/40
Aperture: f/18
Focal Length: 12mm
ISO: 200

I’ve been mountain-biking with this new Kolari Vision IR Chrome filter that kind of mimics the old Kodak Aerochrome that was developed for imaging/surveillance satellites.  The trick with using this filter is that you have to have a camera that has the infrared filter removed from the imaging sensor. I bought a Fuji X-T1 IR that was specifically sold for infrared sensitive photography some time ago and hauled it back out to play with the Kolari filter.  So, for the last few days, I’ve been carrying it with me while mountain biking back and forth to the lab or out in the boonies.

I’ve not quite figured out how to best use this filter, but the experiments are fun.

 

Camera: Fuji X-T1 IR + Kolari Vision IR Chrome Lens Filter
Exposure: 1/350
Aperture: f/18
Focal Length: 12mm
ISO: 400

 

Camera: Fuji X-T1 IR + Kolari Vision IR Chrome Lens Filter
Exposure: 1/52
Aperture: f/8
Focal Length: 12mm
ISO: 200

 

Camera: Fuji X-T1 IR + Kolari Vision IR Chrome Lens Filter
Exposure: 1/58
Aperture: f/10
Focal Length: 12mm
ISO: 400

 

Camera: Fuji X-T1 IR + Kolari Vision IR Chrome Lens Filter
Exposure: 1/70
Aperture: f/12
Focal Length: 12mm
ISO: 400

 

Camera: Fuji X-T1 IR + Kolari Vision IR Chrome Lens Filter
Exposure: 1/300
Aperture: f/12
Focal Length: 12mm
ISO: 400

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