I got my a6000IR back last week and have had only a few opportunities to test its newfound characteristics. This is my third IR camera, the first being a 720nm filter, the second a 665nm and now this one which is a 590nm (I think) and a "Super Color" version from LifePixel. The Super Color is touted to have more variability, but I'm not quite there yet. Here a couple of images from yesterday's outing. This first one is "Channel-swapped" and has the red channel backed off slightly: This version is also "Channel-swapped" but has another set of color tweaks (looking for a good mix) but ended up looking a little too much like the original view (albeit perhaps in a different season): Finally here is a conversion of the same image to B&W: --- edit --- I forgot to mention that this was taken with the Canon FD 15mm Fisheye. I haven't learned to focus it as well as I would like (I've gotten a few sharp images from it when I've accidentally focused it right). It was stopped down fairly small at f/11 or smaller (f/16, f/22).