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Adjustable Infrared Filter IR Lens Pass Infra-Red 550nm to 750nm

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Adjustable Infrared Filter IR Lens Pass Infra-Red 550nm to 750nm

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Size:67MM

Note: Infrared photography must change machine or camera itself has no ICF, but now most cameras have infrared cut-off (ICF), so if you wanna use the IR Filter to get the fantastic pictures, you have to Remove the ICF when you use the IR filter The creative adjustable IR filter is a compact all-in-one variable wavelengths filter that adjusts the amount of wavelengths with just the twist of your wrist. The index marks on the filter let you know exactly the amount of wavelengths at a glance. Giving you clear and precise shots at whichever wavelengths you are using. It offers you the freedom to create different wavelengths freely. Now, you don't have to carry a bunch of filters for shooting. Just one filter, gives you from the range 550nm to 750nm freely.

Adjustable Infrared Filter IR Lens Pass Infra-Red 550nm to 750nm

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