Full-spectrum converted camera: Versatility and Flexibility
With only one camera, a few filters, we can have all the versatility of more converted cameras. Simply just change the filter on the lens, set a custom white balance, and we’ll have different results.
Conversion of a digital camera to Full Spectrum involves replacing the UV/IR Cut Filter ( Hot Mirror) that covers the CMOS or CCD sensor with a clear quality optical Schott glass, allowing all wavelengths of light to be recorded by the sensor.
However without filtration the image will be soft as no lens can focus UV, Visible and Infrared light to the same point, but by simply adding a blocking filter to the front of the lens in use will allow photos to be taken in whatever type of light is needed.