I think I'll just do that. I'm planning on buying some new photo gear in a week, so that's a perfect excuse to get one.
It's obvious that you like and are good at IR photography, I'm just curious how often you do it? It's something I've wanted to try for about a year now, but have never gotten around to invest in a filter. Did it take long to learn the fundamentals of IR?
Well I got my first IR filter 3 years ago I think, but as I was using a canon camera, it didn't work out, the shots needed very long exposures, a tripod, and a high ISO setting, so.. very bad pictures. I didn't use it that much, and a year ago I bought this converted camera. Haven't used it for more than half a year ! Summer is better for IR in my opinion.
Infrared photography is rather similar to normal photography, you need to experiment a bit. White balance settings, the time of the day, and play with photoshop a lot. So it shouldn't take that much time to get the basics, and get a cool picture