Thanks Bjorn and Bjorn
Kolari Vision has a short article about full spectrum, but it does not fully describe some of the options with mirrorless. The UV/IR blocking filter is a necessary ingredient for visible photography with a camera converted in this manner. They have some examples with and with out a filter and proper white balance.
I'm currently using a converted D200 (for nearly 6 years) and a D600 (for about 8 months). The V1 option would certainly be improved with the ability to zoom in for precise focus, but it appears that the contrast detect focus system of the V1 permits AF without any kind of calibration or adjustment. While AF is not precise enough for macro, it should be adequate for landscape work at narrower apertures.
I'm a bit more patient with Nikon on the mirrorless technology. It is promising on so many fronts. Sure it's new - and needs work, but the upside is quite significant. I'll take it as a proof of concept compatible with my other Nikon cameras, software, and lenses.
Edited by ericb, 09 September 2013 - 17:55 .