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    Here's a link to Cokin...

    http://www.cokin.com/filtres.html?=#007

    If you're shooting LF then the X or Z size system might be more appropriate but the filters do get more expensive. The P system is smaller and cheaper but if you're not using especially wide lenses then you might be able to get away with it. I can JUST get away with the P size filters (84x84 mm) on 50mm on 6x7 format.
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    At the upcoming get-together in Virginia next week, I'll be throwing all manner of filters on my spectrophotometer. That's a 'rainy day' activity that we can do while film and/or prints are washing. So...anybody who wants a filter tested can bring it. I have a glass #87, a gel #87, an r72, and a 93.
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    I would give an infrared film a try, just for the fun of it, but I've never seen an infrared filter in Series VI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicefor88 View Post
    Do you get IR folm easily?
    Yes
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