Canon DSLR and Mirrorless Full Spectrum Conversion Service






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Free Domestic Shipping, Quality glass filters

Included autofocus calibration.
List of models we convert:

APS-C size: Canon R7, R10, D30, D60, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D, 70D, 77D, 80D, 90D, Digital Rebel(300D), XT (350D), XTi (400D), XSi (450D), XS (100D), T1i (500D), T2i (550D), T3 (1100D), T3i (600D), T4i (650D), T5i (700D), T5 (1200D), T6 (1300D), T6i (750D), T6s (760D), T7i (800D), T7 (2000D), T8i, SL1 (100D), SL2 (200D), SL3 (250D), 4000D, 1D, 1D Mark II, 1D Mark II N, 1D Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 7D, 7DII, G1X, G1X II, G1X III, G3X, G5X, G5X II, G7X, G7X II, G7X III, G9X, G9X II, EOS-M, EOS-M2, EOS M3**(Warning, sensor artifacts once converted), EOS M5, EOS M6, EOS M10, EOS M100, EOS M200, EOS M50

Full Frame: 5D, 5D Mark II, 5D Mark III, 5D Mark IV*, 5DS*, 5DS R*, 6D, 6D Mark II*, 1Ds, 1Ds Mark II, 1Ds Mark III, 1Dx, 1Dx Mark II, RP, R, R5, R6

NOTE: All Canon dust systems are disabled after conversion

**The Canon M3 exhibits sensor artifacts due to the phase detect pixel array. This can be visible as multiple horizontal blue lines across the image.

*These cameras have an internal shutter monitor IR LED which will cause light leaks when using very long exposures and high ISOs in the H-alpha and IR enabled conversions, in the range of 30 second exposures at 6,400 ISO.

A Note on the EOS R Series: The Canon R series mirrorless bodies do not have an internal IR LED, however many RF LENSES do! So, using most RF lenses on a converted R-series body can still cause IR light leaks, while using adapted EF lenses is mostly safe. Click here to read more about this effect.

This conversion service replaces the camera’s internal hot mirror filter with our high quality custom manufactured glass replacement infrared or clear filter. The autofocus systems are calibrated to the 50mm 1.8mm lens. This calibration results in general focus accuracy for most lenses from 18-300mm. You can also send your own lens to be calibrated to instead at no additional charge. Note, wide angle lenses need a different focus calibration.
Our checkout system is through Paypal, but you do not need an account to pay. If you have a time sensitive order, please select “Rush Delivery” as your shipping option to receive first in line service. Leave us a note with your deadline so we can work to meet it.

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For help choosing which filter to order, check out our filter selection guide.

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Additional information

Weight .1 lbs

3 reviews for Canon DSLR and Mirrorless Full Spectrum Conversion Service

  1. Tomas Jirku

    I’m very pleased with Kolari’s full-spectrum conversion of my Canon 6D, and their customer service has been very helpful and informative. I asked *a lot* of questions before and after the conversion, and the owner was *always* very prompt and helpful with his answers. The thorough research I did before committing to the conversion of my main camera gave me confidence that Kolari was the best company to provide the service, and the results confirmed that!

  2. Robert Wirth

    Had my camera converted and was able to drop off and pick it up instead if mailing it in.

    Afterwards I had a bunch of questions that they gladly answered and didn’t make me feel like a dummy or try to rush me out of the place.

    I would have no problems bringing them another camera to convert or to recommend them to others.

  3. Matt A. (verified owner)

    Full spectrum is definitely the way to go if you’re going to convert your camera for IR UNLESS you’re dead set on one particular look that a certain filter gives you. I previously had a 720nm converted camera but it limited me in terms of color IR. I really like the rich, deep blue sky that the 590 filter gave but there’s only so much manipulation in post that I can do to make the sky deep blue to my liking. So I decided to sell it and convert my old 60D to FS. Full spectrum gives me the most flexibility in IR photography, and therefor the most value. I’m not tied down by any one filter now. I can shoot with any strength IR filter that I want. Or I can pop on a hot mirror (UV/IR cut), essentially making it a regular camera again. Yes, the viewfinder becomes useless from 720nm+ but if you have live view on your camera, it’s a non-issue. I bought the 590nm, IR chrome, and the hot mirror filters with it. I already had a 720nm at home so I’m pretty set for IR now. Kolari also sent me a bonus custom neoprene neck strap with their name on it. Brownie points there

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