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    But who is Reg ?

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    Xray film.

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    Thanks guys for all the suggestions.
    So, I am particularly intrigued with Ilford SFX film in 120 . Wanna know how do you shoot it in pinhole . Do you rate it at say 6 ASA with the use of a red filter?

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    I have never used a filter in a pinhole camera, but don't let that stop you! Try it!
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    I always used Fortepan 400 during pinhole photography.

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    Reg :- What film do you prefer ?

    Keep in mind that you have virtually infinite depth of field with a pinhole, so any dust speck on the filter is likely to show up somehow.
    You might try putting a gel filter inside the camera.
    Though, with effective ISO of 6, and reciprocity failure, you might be in for some very long exposures, even at mid day. I would bracket exposures, for sure.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

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    never had that kind of DOFand my dust is always in the sky for reasons of gravity. no bracketing;just f/256 andbox speed and normal reciprocity compensation but often to make paper negativesinstead of film
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