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Rollei/AGFA Infrared 135-36 Black and White Infrared Film (ISO 400/27) - 10 Pack

B&H # ROIR3610 Mfr # 8104011
No Longer Available

The Rollei Infrared film is well suited for experimental, creative applications, and for scientific photography. Perfect exposures can be reached, using special infrared filters, leading into results with an unusual tonal range.

High speed panchromatic b&w film material with special infrared sensitivity
Large exposure latitude and a high exposure reserve for application under all lighting and climatic conditions
Special coating for improvement of film transport properties of the cameras
Suitable for daylight and tungsten light conditions
Table polyester base support guarantees the highest level of archive stability (LE 500)
The large contrast power, in addition of very fine grain and excellent sharpness, is the basis for negatives of excellent quality
Excellent resolving power, very fine grain and high sharpness
Especially suited for digital application for scanning - special halation effects (AURA effect) by longer exposure times
Type 35mm Black and white infrared film
Speed ISO 400 (for 720nm)
Applications Experimental, creative and special effects; scientific
Process Must be processed in complete darkness; Can be developed sucessfully in all standard developers, such as Agfa, Ilford, Kodak, Labor Partners or Tetanal 1
Please Note:

Under careful handling, the Rollei IR 400 can be inserted and removed from the camera, under subdued light conditions

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Color Saturation Not applicable; excellent tonality
Grain Very fine
Sharpness Sharp; resolving power 160 Lp/mm
Exposure Latitude Wide
Push/Pull Not specified - film must be tested

Film Accessories

Domke -  Film Guard Bag, Mini - Holds 9 Rolls of 35mm Film
  • You Pay: $18.99
 
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