Quote Originally Posted by StorminMatt View Post
As far as I know, it's an old Agfa film. So I figure it's something that was originally made decades ago.
Maybe not old, as AGFA is still in the aerial film business.
http://www.agfa.com/sp/global/en/int...aphy/index.jsp

It's most likley AVIPHOT Chrome.
http://www.agfa.com/sp/global/en/bin...m611-42591.pdf

Colour rendering
A UV filter prevents colour shifts and unsharpness due to UV radiation. An interlayer prevents the diffusion of unwanted colour dyes form one sensitive layer into another. So, the colours are well separated and the colour saturation is very good. Aviphot Chrome 200 is suitable for a colour temperature of 5500K.