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Hello everyone!

I am new to infrared photography...

And somewhere I read that a camera can take IR pics (with the right filter) if it is able to catch the beam of a remote.

I have performed the "challenge" and I've got pics with the pink-red beam ...

 

My noob questions :

-can I really get infrared pictures with my 6500? 

-which filter is good for the job?

 

Thanks in advance to everyone! 

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