This probably isn't the right thread to say this but I've been waiting for the right moment and it doesn't seem to arise ;-)

I'm sure this has been said before, too...

Anyway, I believe SPX 200 was developed from a speed camera film. The idea was you put a deep red filter on the flash of the speed camera so as not to blind the drivers and then you can photograph them from the front. I ordered some Ilford special order speed camera film years ago, I think it was called SP815? This really was very similar to SFX200. I must admit I wasn't so very impressed. It really didn't seem to give the true IR effect I liked. I much prefered Konica. I found the Kodak far too grainy...

Anyway, when SFX came out I was hoping the sensitisation was going to be different, that it would go a little deeper into the IR, but I'm not sure if it was really any different :-(

So, especially now that Konica has gone, it would be great to see an SFX II which was sensitised just a little bit further into the IR.

Fantasy, probably, but if you don't ask...

Steve