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    what sort of exposures did you give it? I forget what the rating of this film is, offhand. Is it hand-holdable in normal use?

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    I've been shooting off the last of my EIR film the last couple of weeks. I've got one in the camera, 4 in the fridge and 2 exposed waiting to go off for developement.
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    I miss Konica IR B&W,some of you don't like it but i do!

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    I was told to shoot it at EI 400 even while using a mandatory filter and from the drying negatives that seemed to work well. I was also told to shoot it under subdued lighting but I tried some shots overcast and some under mostly clear sunny skies to see for myself. So I was shooting 1/125 to 1/400 at f/5.6 to f/13 when I was out. All seem good on the negs, no bad misses which is good considering the narrow +-1 stop latitude of the film. Seemed quite hand holdable.

    You develop it at lower temperature in C-41 to avoid fog but you don't seem to add much time, 3:45 @33.3 was suggested for Flexicolor chems. I sort of guessed as I'm using JOBO/Tetenal which normally takes a bit longer than Flexicolor especially for push processing.
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    When did Kodak last make the 2444 CIR negative film and HIE 2424 B&W? I think Dean may have the last of the 1443 Aerochrome.
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    21 orange filter, 180mm lens


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    Yellow 15 filter, 90mm lens


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