LF vs ULF with Kodak IR Medical Film
So I just scored 100 14x17 sheets of Kodak IR Medical Film, a verrrrrry slow infrared film according to a few posts on the LF site.
My question is, do I:
[A] Make a single-shot, homemade 14x17? I have a 2 lenses that would cover the format.
[B] Have a 7x17 reducing back made for my 8x20 Korona, and cut the film in half?
[C] Buy yet another format and get a dedicated 7x17? Not currently financially viable, so it would require patience.
[D] Cut down the film into some combination of 8x10, 5x7 and 4x5 with some waste? I already have 8x10, 5x7 and 4x5 cameras.
[E] Admit that I have a GAS and FAS problem? Least likely option.