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Sooo I just got an IR converted D70 (590nm) and I went to test it in the well known Terres Rouges, trying to more or less emulate the Aerochrome look... I'm a it bummed as the lens I used has a hotspot in IR and I didn't notice it before going home...

 

I guess this wont be for anyone's taste ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

 

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