I thought I was aware of all the services that offer conversion to IR, but here's another one, provided by a Shutterbug reader.
<<An Australian who performs a similar service, and even with shipping to the other side of the globe his prices are a little better.
Also, the Aussie uses solid glass filters in his c onversion, while irdigital.net (according to the
Aussie) uses a gel filter. This makes sense, since
when I had my D30 converted the instructions that came
back with the body said that the sensor could not be
cleaned with any contact method; only an air bulb
could be used. A normal cleaning brush would damage
Now, I am going to have the guy in Australia convert my
G3 to IR-only.>>>
NOTE: I cannot vouch for the services offered by this or ANY other company.
Peter K. Burian, Contributor, Shutterbug magazine