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Thread: Efke IR820 ISO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boris Mirkov View Post
    And one additional question - I`ve heard I could get infrared results using ordinary film with infra filter. Could that be true?
    Probably not with any ordinary film, but there's an example of Delta 3200 here. Remember, you saw it on APUG first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kraker View Post
    Probably not with any ordinary film, but there's an example of Delta 3200 here. Remember, you saw it on APUG first!
    That is pretty cool. I remember trying a couple of films with an R72 before giving up. The look is pretty good. I will try that some time. (I'll probably stick to EFKE, though... LOVE that look)
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertV View Post
    Important is to make one picture without filter so that later you can check if at least your development is OK.
    The edge markings should tell you that, n'est-ce-pas? That's what I've always relied on.

    How cool is that about Delta 3200? I had no idea.

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    The edge markings should tell you that, n'est-ce-pas? That's what I've always relied on.
    Je ne dis rien mais c'est ne pas la verité.
    On markings only you can only get a conclusion the developer worked so far......

    Maybe you have to read this book:
    http://www.fotohuisrovo.nl/documenta...P_Infrarot.pdf

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