Two in fact both of which have had the IR-blocking filter removed. These are an old D1 (which has very high IR sensitivity) and a D70 (very nice, not equally sensitive to IR but much better than any non-modified camera, also useable for UV shooting).
I do have the Coolpix 950also, but for reasons of sentimentality I have let it avoid the filter surgery.
Hey Paul, Yeah, film... HIE is/was glorious stuff - just using it created a mood all it's own, with the ghostly glow and golf-ball grain that digital just can't pull off. I still have a few rolls of it in my fridge waiting for me to hit a chemical mood.
Duh, yeah (scratching head.) I guess I was still thinking of the 950. On a digicam, is the AF done through the image sensor? If so, can I just rip out the bluish IR cut filter and replace it with a little piece of 89b gelatin? Or do I need a glass spacer?
That 950 remains an unexpected gem. It's my main IR camera, as well as fitting right onto the eyepieces of my little telescope. Try as I might to put it away in favor of my DSLR, I just cannot stop from pulling it out.