Fuji IT-N in-camera ISO?

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    Fuji IT-N is a C-41 internegative film for making negs from slides with 3200 kelvin tungsten lights.

    Does anyone know approximately what ISO might work in a camera for mis0using it?

    I have a datasheet and it gives a typical exposure (10 seconds) with an enlarger, but I didn't see an f-number.

    Apparently some Kodak printing lenses were similar to point-source lenses wide open, like f/4-ish.

    Does any of this add up to an ISO?
     
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    OK, I found a user who ran it at ISO 2 for (all) night photography.

    I assume therefore, if someone was successful, that it IS perforated.

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    Thank you.