Fujifilm today introduced the new mirrorless Fujifilm X-T1 IR , a new model for very specific professional cut lengths, to capture invisible to the human eye wave, from the ultraviolet to the infrared spectrum, approximately between 380 and 1,000 nanometers.
Although it is aimed at medical and scientific applications, it is inevitable to think about the creative applications that could provide a camera of this type , both portraits and landscapes.
Fujifilm X-T1 IR, only for experts
The creation of this type of equipment is no mystery: a normal camera, simply remove the filter will be opposite the sensor and camera and get a wide spectrum. You may get this kind of special photos at home if we have a millimeter knowledge of our team: as the filter is practically attached to the sensor, we tear up almost all to remove the filter and then remount the team.
If we did not use an old and want us to experience digital SLR camera, we can order the removal of the filter by internet or specialized people can ask in our technical service if you dare trust with something as risky.
All the features of a regular X-T1 remain , including video at 1080 / 60p, the APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor II, the View Finder on its OLED screen 2.36 million points, plus alloy construction sealed magnesium next to water and dust. Furthermore, according to the press release of Fujifilm USA , the camera can use the Fujinon XF lens range.
The FUJIFILM X-T1 IR (Infrared) will be available in October for USD $1,699.95 USD \ CAD $2,099.99.