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    Kodak HIE

    I developed roll of Kodak infrared film yesterday. After 6 years in the frezer it stil developes without any problem. 10 films left in my fridge

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    Excellent. I shot tons back in the day. Rodinal 1:50 = magic. Enjoy!

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    The question is not whether the film develops fine or not but rather whether the spectral sensitivity has decreased in amplitude or spectral range.

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    Are they for sale, or are you just gloating

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfohl View Post
    Are they for sale, or are you just gloating
    If I have to chose, just gloating...

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    I recently shot a roll from 2000. Looks pretty good, but damn grainy. Here is an example:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/22953190@N07/9404477590/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatchetman View Post
    I recently shot a roll from 2000. Looks pretty good, but damn grainy. Here is an example:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/22953190@N07/9404477590/
    That's a beautiful picture! Sometimes I think I got into this hobby way too late. But I stay hopeful that someone somewhere will produce true infrared film again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatchetman View Post
    I recently shot a roll from 2000. Looks pretty good, but damn grainy. Here is an example:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/22953190@N07/9404477590/
    Great shot!

    Jeff

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    Appreciate the comments, but I am looking forward to trying the Ilford and Rollei IR films in 120. I have seen some very nice results. It took me a while to fit my 58mm IR filter on my Rolleicord, but with an adapter and two step-up rings, it seems to work.

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    I doubt the grain has much if anything to do with the age. HIE was always a very grainy film.



 

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