Hi Mustafa, of the films AgX listed, I use Efke IR 820 and Rollei IR.
To get the typical infrared affect you will need to use a IR filter. One of the more popular filters is called a R72. I have one made by Hoya.
Here is a link that helped me. http://www.digitaltruth.com/products...i_infrared.php
There are lots of other resources if you google infrared film.
I think your model of camera has a little window on the film door that lets you see what film is loaded. I had to put some black tape on the inside of the door of a similar camera so I didn't get fogging of the film. You may have to do the same.
The best thing to do is get some IR film, an IR filter and start testing. There's a lot of information about where to start with your exposures (ISO selection), etc here on APUG. That should get you in the ball park but you will still need to test to determine what your optimum exposure settings will be. I bracket almost all shots.
Good luck and keep us posted!