Friday, July 31, 2015

Some cameras aim to capture images that are as close as possible to what we see with our own eyes. The Fujifilm X-T1 IR Camera aims to capture images that show more than the naked eye. By doing away with the standard infrared filter, this specialized shooter can capture light at wavelengths of 380nm - 1,000nm, or portions of both the ultraviolet and infrared spectrum. For comparison, the human eye can only see between 390nm - 700nm. And while it's being billed as ideal for forensic specialists and medical researchers, it can also be used to take fine art photographs, as well as for astrophotography.

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