Sony SENSOR hack - seeing light differently

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I recently had my Sony NEX 7 modified as a full-spectrum camera. Essentially this means the sensor will recognize the visual spectrum in addition to Ultra-violet and Infrared light.
By using various filters on the lens, you can achieve some interesting results by limiting the light spectrum for both photography and video.
This weekend I'm going on another Sony trip to shoot some astro photography with Stan Moniz. Make sure you check out his channel and subscribe!
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My camera was modified by Precision Camera - thanks to Sony for helping out with that!
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