Like most photographers, I have that shelf where old cameras go to die and collect dust. Recently, I took one and had it converted to Super Color Infrared. My experience with shooting Infrared has been with 3 cameras. First, the standard R72 (720nm) filter, a tripod, and very, very long exposures. Then I moved up to camera conversions.
I have had two DSLRs converted, both with Enhanced Color (665nm) conversions. The results have been great, and I love the quality of IR I can produce. I had heard that the Super Color Filter was the most popular conversion, and I really didn’t know what to expect. What I have found is quite exiting. I did my standard pre-shoot white balance and shot in RAW. The Super Color images have a much deeper (for lack of a better term) range. I have much more intense color tones, and even deeper Black & White images. Basically, I can get the look of all of the other filter conversions, depending on how I process the RAW images. If you are contemplating which filter choice to make, I highly suggest you consider the Super Color conversion.