Figure 1: Homemade “DIY” power adapter for Sigma SD14
I really have come to appreciate the Sigma SD14 camera that I’ve been using for over a month or so, applying it for IR photography. It really shines there, due to the Foveon class sensor that outdistances most competitors in terms of IR sensitivity. I have captured time-lapse photos that I believe contain as low as 1.5 microns (high mid-infrared) wavelength light. This is ordinarily not possible with the standard Bayer sensor in most camera brands, based on the info (veracity unknown) – that I’ve come across in my internet meanderings.