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    I have shot a few rolls and have transported them through Xray machines all the way from Europe to Australia and back to Europe. Never had a fogging problem that was apparent to me. If you do your own developing, you could get through a roll in half a day with various subjects, develop the film and know how you feel, all within 24hrs. I know true IR diehards who criticise the film, because it doesn't match their expectations...though personally, I think it's flexibility is a stroke of genius. Kal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Rogers View Post
    with the filter on the camera?
    (not in front of the meter) so that you are just metering normally,
    for normal light, at EI 6 ???

    Then you use that data to shoot through the camera with the filter in place.

    Sorry I am so dense- it has been a long week!

    Metered hand held... off camera, so I guess that would be about the same. I find this exposure works for me... At least the negatives are easy to print.

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    I've always gone by the instructions on the packet with regard to metering: 25asa with a IR filter or 200 asa without, though you have to be aware of how much natural IR radiation there might be in a particular situation - sunny days being the best. I think the film is brilliant as you get two completely different recording options on one film - how cool is that?! I usually dev it in fresh stock Tmax for 10mins with normal agitation.

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