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  1. Does anyone have experience with filters that have a similar color shifting effect as IR photography (I mean, as much as possible) - without using a modified camera? I know that there are filters that only let through light of a certain wavelength (550nm,630nm...) but it seems like I will still need to get rid of that internal IR filter first... I am trying to figure out the best way to do some special shots without carrying around a second IR-modified Alexa... Just curious if anyone came across some interesting color filters (or filter combinations) that might also do the job. Also appreciate other thoughts on that topic.
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