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Old July 12th, 2012, 08:03 AM   #1
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IR daylight sensitivity on GY-HM700

I'm wondering, has anyone either tested or found that a IR cutoff filter is needed on the 700's?? Living in the Northeast US with lots of UV and very bright lighting during the day, I'm considering a purchase of a Schneider 4x4 filter that does both UV & has a IR cut for those times when needed.

Under most cases I'm always using a ND gradient of some value, and I have no UV 4x4's as I've been told (correctly/incorrectly) I don't need one.. Thoughts on that??

What are your thoughts. Is IR a problem for the 700 series in daylight, or a misconception..

This is what I'm proposing to use:
Schneider 4 x 4" Tru-Cut Ultraviolet (UV) Infrared


Steve J. Nordahl
Bethlehem, Pa.

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