Forensic Camera Conversion Nikon

320,00 530,00  incl. VAT

Forensic conversion Service for your Camera.

The conversion ensures maximum spectral sensitivity for UV, VIS and IR light. You have questions or are unsure? Write non-binding message.

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Description

This modification removes the UV/IR blocking filter ( Hotmirror ) from your camera and replaces it with a neutral filter. With this modification the maximum sensitivity of the camera sensor for UV radiation, for visible light and for infrared radiation is guaranteed. The sensitivity of the sensor starts (depending on the model) at approx. 300-320 nm and ends at 1,100-1,200 nm.

After conversion, the camera is suitable for all forensic examinations. This includes building forensic examinations, forensic medical examinations or even art restoration techniques. For a useful application, however, suitable spectral filters (long-pass, short-pass or band-pass filters) and, if necessary, special light sources are always required. A sophisticated and widely tested filter set for building forensics is distributed by Prof. Andreas O. Rapp -> available here.

 

Attention: There is an infrared LED inside the following cameras: Z5, Z6, Z7. The cameras must necessarily be operated with electronic shutter, the use of flash units is not possible.

Note: The automatic sensor cleaning function is lost with this cameras: Z5, Z6, Z7. After the conversion, the sensor can be cleaned as usual dry with compressed air or wet with all preparations.

Shipping

After receiving the camera, I will modify it within 14 days. Faster turnaround times of max. 7 or max. 3 days are possible on request. After successful conversion, I will issue you the invoice and send the camera back immediately.

The shipment will be made as an insured DHL parcel (14 and 7 days processing time) or as a DHL Express shipment with delivery on the next business day (if you choose 3 days processing time, only available within Germany).

Note: I have no influence on the time DHL needs for delivery. The delivery time must always be added to the processing time.