We currently have a white effect on the evergreens even without an IR filter, haha (I think you folks in Germany have some serious snow issues these days, right?). And I soooo don't like the cold, haha.
I will bee using a Canon 400D (i know their sensitivity is poor to IF) but i know people who have taken great shot with it which is unmod. Im willing to use a long shutter speed, I guess that would be the case from the begining.
The last link gives informations for sony cameras with green colored pictures coming out of the cameras. Your pictures might be red so you have to make some changes in color channel changings...
But again: It is more difficult to make good ir pics with canon cameras but it is not impossible. I tried out this myself (and give it up because I have a fine Sony DSC F828 which makes it much more easier).
Yes - you must have at least an infrared filter (for example a Hoya R72 (720 nm) ). I use a cheap nameless infrared filter from ebay with 950nm which is more strong and is excluding completely all visible light.
All the other technical details you can read here and is depending to you camera
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