Open Box Sony A7R IV Full Spectrum Converted Mirrorless Camera with original accessories.
The Sony A7R IV combines the versatility of a mirrorless camera with a full frame sensor and a short flange distance, allowing it to be used in combination with any full frame lens with the appropriate adapter. Available here converted to infrared or upgraded to our thin filter for sharper regular shooting. The A7R IV modification allows good corner to corner sharpness with film and rangefinder lenses with an in body stabilization. We are also able to maintain the dust reduction system in the A7R IV.
Cameras are made to order, allow up to two weeks for order shipment
Package contents include:
Sony A7R IV Digital Camera (converted)
Why Choose Us?
Professional dust free infrared conversion in an ISO Class 5 clean bench using high quality glass and fused quartz
Anti-reflective coated filters to reduce hotspots and glare
The ONLY company that uses optically engineered IR filters for the best infrared photography camera you can own
Authorized repair shop partner for long term service of your infrared converted camera
All of our conversions are 100% warrantied for post-conversion malfunctions and electronic issues. Conversions on mail-in cameras and our already converted cameras come with a 1 year warranty.
Direct from Camera, Custom White Balance
Black & White
Direct from Camera, Auto White Balance
Our turnaround time for camera conversions is 2 weeks on average for most models. When ordering our already converted cameras, keep in mind that they are made to order and please also allow 2 weeks for them to ship out to you. Plan for trips an assignments accordingly!
What is the AR coating and what does it do? The AR coating option adds an IR centered anti-reflective coating onto the IR filter we install when we perform an infrared conversion. It reduces hotspot artifacts that some lenses are prone to, and can reduce other stray reflections. The coating does not reduce optical performance in any way and is highly recommended.
Uncoated glass has a reflection of around 4-5% at all wavelengths, and we found that this reflection off the sensor filter was bouncing off the glass and reflecting back from the lens housing and aperture blades to cause IR hotspots. We developed this anti-reflective coating that is centered around the IR wavelengths that cause hotspots, and reduced the 5% reflection down to <0.5%
Conversion AR Coating
When applied to our internal conversion filters, we find that hotspots are significantly reduced during infrared photography. Below is a sample from a Nikon 50mm 1.8 which has a strong hotspot at small apertures. Independent tests also available from Mark Hilliard here and Edd Noble here.
7952 x 5304
3:2, full-frame (5168 x 3448, 3984 x 2656), APS-C (5168 x 3448, 3984 x 2656, 2592 x 1728); 16:9, 35mm (7952 x 4472, 5168 x 2912, 3984 x 2240), APS-C (5168 x 2912, 3984 x 2240, 2592 x 1456)
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