Ilford SFX 200 (Infrared) Medium Speed Black and White Camera Film with Extended Red Sensitivity for Creative Photography, ISO 200, 35mm, 36 Expsoures

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About Ilford

ILFORD SFX 200 is a medium speed black and white camera film for creative photography. It has extended red sensitivity (up to 740nm) and is especially suited for use with a filter to create special effects. Using a very deep red filter, for example the ILFORD SFX filter, skies can be rendered almost black and most green vegetation almost white. Its unusual tonal rendition ensures interesting results for a range of subjects, including portraits, landscapes, townscapes and architecture. Best results are often obtained in bright sunshine or in the studio under tungsten lighting. SFX 200 also has full panchromatic sensitivity to ensure good pictorial contrast with or without the use of a filter. It has a wide exposure latitude, is compatible with all normal developers and has a wide tonal range.

SFX 200 is coated on 0 . 125mm/5-mil grey acetate base which gives good halation protection. SFX 200 35mm film is available in 36 exposure DX Coded cassettes, suitable for all 35mm cameras. SFX 200 rollfilm is available in 120 lengths and is edge numbered 1 to 19.

SFX 200 has a speed rating of ISO 200/24° (200ASA, 24DIN, EI 200/24) to daylight. The ISO speed rating was measured using ILFORD ID-11 developer at 20°C/68°F with intermittent agitation in a spiral tank.

Ilford Features

  • Good red light speed: Increased versatility and creativity
  • Good latitude: Increased first time success
  • Medium white light speed (EI 200/24): Can be used without filtration
  • Pushes well: Can push up to EI 800/30 (no filter)
  • Easy handling: Not as difficult to load as infra-red films
  • Easy processing: Compatible with all normal developers
  • Quality negatives: Moderate contrast, unlike other extended red films
  • Easy printing: Prints on mid-range paper grades
  • Good sharpness: Distinctive grain with low flare

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Reviewed by 1 customers


Can't find a better infrared film!


from North San Juan, California  -  Pro Photographer

The pictures turn out amazing! Plus I always get a 37th exposure with Ilford.


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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
DIXIE J  I like this film with a #29 or #25 filter. It is very crisp and contrasty. Nice, even tone.
Kareen R  can this be developed in D76 developer?
SAMANTHA S  I always had it sent to a lab to be developed, sorry im sure that wasnt helpful.
Shopper  Are there any photo labs that still develop this film? Or are users limited to developing it in their own darkrooms?
MICHAEL S  There probably are still a few around, but my guess is that they are mail order and quite expensive. If you have a basic B&W setup, it is very easy and economical (and fun) to do it yourself. No different from normal B&W.
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