IR test Photos from my Full Spectrum Pen E-PL1 MFT with the 19mm Sigma DN Lens

IR Photo from Full Spectrum Pen E-PL1 with 720nm Filter – White Balance set to Tungsten / Incandescent

Finally, last weekend I got the 720nm Filter I ordered, for some reason the 850nm was Mis-Shipped, according to USPS. Here are some photos from the test I did last Sunday. I was impressed and really satisfied with the result. In the test I used my Sigma 19mm F/2.8 DN Lens, because it’s the widest lens I have for mft.

When I was doing the test, I noticed that photos are softer at lower apertures, like f/5.6, to f/8 and I get sharper photos wide open from F4 to F/2.8. Why, that I cannot explain yet, I have to do use it more to get to know it better.

Below are some of the photos, from the test.

IR Photo from Full Spectrum Pen E-PL1 with 720nm Filter – White Balance set to Shade / Shadow

HDR IR Photo from Full Spectrum Pen E-PL1 with 720nm Filter – White Balance set to Shade

IR Photo from Full Spectrum Pen E-PL1 with 720nm Filter – White Balance set to Shade / Shadow

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