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I've had very good luck using Life Pixel for full spectrum modifications.  They are one of the few companies using a clean room for their mods, i.e.: greatly reduced chance of dust in the final assembly! I've had full spectrum conversions of an Sony A7S, A7R, a Canon 60D and 7D II done by Life Pixel with no problems.

 

However, when I contacted them regarding the conversion of an A7R II I was informed they were nervous about doing the conversion because of IR light sources in the body that could impact my images.

 

Your might wish to contact them regarding this.  They may have found a workaround.

 

Good luck

Has anyone converted their full frame to infrared? If so, who is a reliable company to use?

 

Thanks

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