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After the last conversion I intended to follow-up with a mirrorless camera, so that I could get better post-processing results using RAWs. I remembered however about CHDK (open firmware with additional functionality for Canon compacts, including RAW shooting) and for now settled with a cheaper option – I bought and converted a used IXUS. This time I mount my IR-pass filters in a way which does not vignette at short focal lengths (just the unmounted filter glass, ca. 27 mm in diameter, placed on top of the lens – their size is just right). The RAWs come out fine, sensor noise at ISO 50-100 is quite bearable (and I can easily restrict Auto ISO to this range via CHDK). However I get an impression that IR pictures are a bit fuzzier (probably spherical aberration) than in DSC-H10.