Whoa Dude - Where Did You Get This Stuff?
Got it right here at Camera Electronic.
Just went in and asked for the funky filter and they fixed me right up. I put it on an old 35-70 Nikon lens and attached it to a Nikon D1x. Couldn't see a thing through the finder. Forgot to focus it beforehand and then move the ring a little more. But I put the camera on Program and as high an ISO as I could remember and just blazed away. Way cool!
Would an infra-red filter work on your camera? Who knows? All camera sensors are different and the only way you'll know is if you try. Some of the older cameras work fantastically and some of the new ones hardly seem to react at all.
Good thing is it also applies if you shift the thing into monochrome. If it is going to work at all, you get the classic white foliage and black skies. The fuzziness is a bugger, of course, and you have to remember that IR focusses at a different point than visible light. Older lenses had IR offset points on their focussing scales so that might be a good thing to look for.
At the end of the day - which we fondly hope will be 5:30 round here - it is all experimentation. Enjoy.