I had some issues focusing (mostly with the UV videos, as I was focusing manually), so there's some fuzziness... And I don't have them custom white-balanced to look like some of the better videos out there....
I would particularly like to do as good as this (IR) and this (UV), if I can get my camera converted to full-spectrum (with results like this and this), but I need to raise US$300 to have it done.
So far, I've raised $0.
If you would like to help me towards my goal (and have the means for it) I have PayPal available from my donation link, here. (I'm willing to discuss other means.)
This is my dream.
(Why? I got into this because I was born blind due to cataracts, removed-- Because the eyes' lenses are natural UV filters, I can see UV while most can't, which kinda makes things funky-coloured, if my glasses don't have UV coating on them... :P Which inspired me to pursue seeing the world through light most can't see- UV and IR. The IR used here is not the heat-type of IR, but the upper part of the IR spectrum just below red, and thus is sometimes called "near", "reflective" or as I prefer, "refractive". A digital camera has sensitivity to IR, visible and UV, but comes built with a UV/IR-cut filter, so it can only shoot in the visible spectrum. That can be removed, withe filter being replaced for IR, UV both or full-spectrum. I'm aiming for full-spectrum, which means money to do the conversion, money to send the camera, and money for an external UV/IR-cut filter, which I don't have yet. The total cost is about $300, and the service would be done by an outfit called Kolari Vision.)