User manual for Singh-Ray 58mm I-Ray Infrared Filter R-102
- Manufacturer: Singh-Ray
- Basic description and contents of package
- Product classification: Photography - Filters - Infrared & UV Photography
- Safety instructions
- Startup and operation of the infrared & uv photography
- Tips for setting up your Singh-Ray
- Settings and expert assistance
- Contact Singh-Ray service
- Warranty information
- Price: 160 USD
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User manual for the Singh-Ray 58mm I-Ray Infrared Filter R-102
The user manual for the Singh-Ray 58mm I-Ray Infrared Filter R-102 provides
necessary instructions for the proper use of the product Photography - Filters - Infrared & UV Photography.
The Singh-Ray 58mm I-Ray Infrared Filter is designed to help capture images of how a subject reflects or transmits infrared light.
Infrared light waves occupy the space in the electromagnetic spectrum behind visible light due to their longer wavelengths. Many surfaces and materials react to, or emit infrared light waves differently than visible light waves, which provide the potential for photographs of subjects or subject properties that are otherwise invisible to the human eye. Such images require an infrared-sensitive medium such as infrared film or a digital photographic sensor which may be more effective when used without the infrared-blocking filters that are frequently built over them.
Conventional light sources such as the sun, photographic strobes, or incandescent lighting may be used to provide infrared illumination. However, because infrared films or digital photographic sensors can be more sensitive to the relatively higher energy and shorter-wavelength visible light those sources also emit, the effects of infrared light can be otherwise obscured. The Singh-Ray 58mm I-Ray Infrared Filter makes it possible to capture images of how subjects are illuminated by infrared light by blocking near-infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light waves while allowing infrared light waves 750nm or greater into the lens it is mounted onto.
This filter is constructed from optical glass and features an aluminum-alloy filter ring for durability while remaining lightweight.
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Additional parameters of the Singh-Ray 58mm I-Ray Infrared Filter R-102:
| Type || Infrared Filter |
| Size || 58 mm |
| Thickness || 5.5 mm |
| Density || 0.3 to 0.6 |
| Filter Factor || 2 to 4 (1 to 2 stops) |
| Effect || Helps provide the ability to capture images of subjects illuminated only by infrared light by blocking accompanying near-infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light |
| Construction || Optical glass |
| Front Filter Thread Size || 58 mm |
| Front Lens Cap Size || 58 mm |
| Package Weight || 0.2 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 4.1 x 3.9 x 0.5" |
The user manual for the Singh-Ray 58mm I-Ray Infrared Filter R-102 can be downloaded in .pdf
format if it did not come with your new infrared & uv photography, although the seller is
required to supply one. It is also quite common that customers throw out
the user manual with the box, or put the CD away somewhere and then can’t find it.
That’s why we and other Singh-Ray users keep a unique electronic library
for Singh-Ray infrared & uv photographys,
where you can use our link to download the user manual for the Singh-Ray 58mm I-Ray Infrared Filter R-102.
The user manual lists all of the functions of the Singh-Ray 58mm I-Ray Infrared Filter R-102,
all the basic and advanced features and tells you how to use the infrared & uv photography.
The manual also provides troubleshooting for common problems. Even greater
detail is provided by the service manual, which is not typically shipped with the product,
but which can often be downloaded from Singh-Ray service.
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