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    This is great news for IR lovers.
    Sure it is. A real revival of the infra red film business.

    About the fomats: Rollei IR820/400 (iso 400) is available in 35mm, 120 roll film and 4x5" sheet film. The same will be valid for the new Rollei 850nm I.R. film (iso 100).

    SFX200 should be available in 35mm and 120 roll film.

    About the available formats on the Efke IR820C I am not 100% informed.

    Further there is still some Kodak HIE (35mm only) available. This (iso 400) I.R. film without A.H.-layer is going over 900nm in sensitivity.

    Differences between the Rollei IR820/400 (in fact 750nm) and the Maco IR820C film you can see here:
    http://www.moersch-photochemie.de/

    (Gallerie (=gallery) --> Vergleiche --> Filme)

    You can expect the same differences between a 820nm and 850nm I.R. film .

    On the other hand: The handling of a less sensitized I.R. film in the camera, development and filtering is less critical. And a higher iso rate is more flexible when shooting the photos with the dark infra red filter.

    http://www.fotohuisrovo.nl/documenta...P_Infrarot.pdf

    Best regards,

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    ROLLEI IR / AERO 70mm Film!

    MACO can supply the ROLLEI IR/AERO as an 70mm film WITH PERFORATION. Price for the 30.5 meters film is Euro 98.00, promptly ex stock Hamburg/Germany, or, within 2 weeks ex stock FREESTYLE L.A.. More than 100 pieces of this film are ready for quick delivery.

    The emulsion is very well known, since already large quantities of ROLLEI IR films are sold/processed in the USA.

    In order to anticipate each misunderstandings:

    This film can be exposed WITHOUT FILTERS, with the recommended 200 ISO, with a solution of over 150 Lp/mm. exposed as an absolutely "normal" panchromatic film. Only with using of black filters, the film works like an infrared film.

    The ROLLEI IR / AERO 70mm film is peforated contrary to the EFKE film, and dissolves substantially more highly!

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    efke IR 820 in stock

    We received a shippment from Fotokemika yesterday.

    We can offer our European customers efke IR 820 in KB, Rollfilm, Sheetfilm 4x5" and 8x10".
    If you are interested in other formats please let us know.

    Prices are:

    KB Film: 6,99 EUR
    120 film: 6,99 EUR
    4x5"/50 sheets: 59,00 EUR
    8x10"/50 sheets: 168,00 EUR

    All prices shown are net without sales tax.

    The prices for the sheetfilms are an introductory one time offer valid until the end of may.

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    The US site Freestyle carries this film in 127 size which is quite a surprise. Price US$ 10.99 a roll

    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/sc_pro...pid=1000002293

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    I hope you don't mind some blatent self promotion.

    In Canada I've been selling the Ilford SFX in 120, 35mm and promo packs.
    The Efke 820 Infrared in 8x10, 4x5 and even have the 127 in stock.
    I try to keep them in stock at most times, but the 4x5 is backordered right now.

    I also have a bit of stock of the B+W Infrared screw in filters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Miller View Post
    That's interesting. I'm supposed to be leaving infra-red alone, but I could be tempted!!!!!!
    Is there a European stockist?
    Hi Dave, Retrophotographic stock both the Efke and Rollei IR films.

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    So is this the "prototype" that has been sent out for testing? -

    I was asked to wait for a reply before a comment - but a comment is long overdue - I can say -- be careful what you wish for, if the IR selectivity of a film is too tight, it can leave much of the image missing due to the lack of an IR component. Imagine a film that was only sensitive to Fire Engine Red. The image would have large gaps with no exposure at all. I think the IR effect is best tempered with some kind of general response or contrast and gaps become overwelming. Just a thought ... Other than that ... there are some pretty cool materials on the horizon ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Fotohuis View Post
    Efke, (most) Adox and the Maco IR820C, all
    In the mean time Rollei/Maco has produced a new IR 850nm film, based on APX 100 (Agfa) emulsion (also iso 100). This new extended I.R. film should be available in about 2 months.

    Robert
    My photos are always without all that distracting color ...

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    Anyone have example pictures to post for any of these non-HIE films? I just noticed Efke also has an ortho 25 film and I'm thinking of ordering that and the 820IR.

    joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ath View Post
    ...or are coated by Agfa Gevaert (NOT Agfa Photo, who produced APX and MCC and is dead).
    AgfaPhoto only was alive few months before they went into insolvency and receivership, and thereafter most probably did not produce under their name any longer.

    Before that they were called Agfa Gevaert too....
    Thus this is no good means to distinguish between the German and the Flemish plant.
    They were intermingled anyway.
    Last edited by AgX; 03-06-2008 at 01:30 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    Thus this is no good means to distinguish between the German and the Flemish plant.
    Suggest a better one.
    Last edited by ath; 03-06-2008 at 03:18 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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