Monochrome B&W Camera Price List
Please note the following about all monochrome (panchromatic) camera conversions.
Canon T3i B&W Conversions
Canon T4i B&W Conversions
Canon T5i B&W Conversions
Canon 7D B&W Conversions
Canon 5DMK3 B&W Conversions
Nikon D800 B&W Conversions Please not that we can setup the D800 similarly to any of the other monochrome model conversions.
Note: B&W IR-Only cameras have the further option of IR longpass filters at 590m, 665nm, 715nm or 830nm. Please make a note in the comment section of the checkout page for you preference. 715nm is the most popular IR-Only option and the easiest to use because AE will work without or with minimal exposure compensation adjustments.
Note: No Cover Glass conversions mean that there is nothing over the sensor pixels after conversion. From behind the lens to the actual photodiodes, there is only an air gap. Normally, sensors have a cover glass installed over the sensor to protect it. No cover glass means AF will not work, focusing TTV will be off and you will have to be extremely careful cleaning the sensor. If you touch the sensor with anything or blow air too hard, the sensor can easily be damaged or ruined. Sensor may also be vulnerable to environmental damage over time such as effects from ozone and dust. All B&W conversions that do not specify No Cover Glass will include a Schott WG280 optical window installed over the sensor for protection. The WG280 cover glass will pass all light that the sensor is capable of seeing.
Note: Camera models monochome HR, Monochrome stock ICF/AA, UV-VIS-IR and H-Alpha conversions will be calibrated to AF correctly in the visible range. IR-Only cameras will be calibrated to AF with most lenses. UV-Only and No Cover Glass versions will require focusing using Live View or testing by taking pictures.
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