Kolari Pocket Full-Spectrum Converted Point and Shoot Camera with IRchrome Filter (Pre-Order)

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CHDK Enabled UHS SD Card *


  • These Full-Spectrum modified Canon cameras are refurbished and in mint condition with original and Kolari IR accessories. The photos you see here are taken straight from an ELPH-180 camera with the IRchrome filter and NO EDITING WHATSOEVER.

    Pre-order ETA: September 1st, 2019!

    The Kolari Pocket is a modified Canon ELPH 180 point and shoot camera. It features live view, an indispensable feature for focusing and composing directly in infrared. It’s durable ultra-compact frame, 8x zoom lens, simple controls, and powerful 20-megapixel sensor makes this camera the perfect infrared camera for beginners, casual shooters, and all those looking for a way to add infrared to their camera bag at a low cost. The Full-Spectrum version of this camera comes with a 37mm filter adapter ring permanently attached to the front of the lens and a 37mm IRchrome lens filter!

    This camera has the option to ship with a CHDK programmed UHS Transcend, Sony, or Sandisk SD Card. This enables the ELPH 180 to shoot RAW among many other special functions. Read more about CHDK here.

    Cameras are made to order, allow up to a week for order shipment.


    Package contents include:

  • Canon ELPH 180 Digital Camera (converted to full-spectrum)
  • IRchrome┬áLens Filter
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Charger
  • Wriststrap
  • Camera Starting Guide

1 review for Kolari Pocket Full-Spectrum Converted Point and Shoot Camera with IRchrome Filter (Pre-Order)

  1. robert_hodgson (verified owner)

    Don’t expect hi res images or anything but if you crank the iso down to 100 and keep it there this little guy puts out surprisingly decent images. Took it out today and had a lot of fun doing some full spectrum street photography. Definitely worth the price for full spectrum capability in a pocket sized device.

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