KODAK PROFESSIONAL High Speed Infrared Film is a high-speed film with moderately high contrast, sensitive to light and radiant energy to 900 nanometres (nm) in wavelength. It is useful for haze penetration and for special effects in commercial, architectural, fine art, and landscape photography. With development variations, you can use this film for scientific, medical, aerial photography, and document copying. You can also use it for photomicrography, photomechanical, and remote-sensing applications.
Infrared films are sensitive to infrared radiation, some ultraviolet radiation, and to all wavelengths of visible radiation (light). They are, however, not as sensitive to green light.
Whatever the ultimate purpose of your photographs, infrared photography provides unusual effects obtainable by few other means.
|Film speed||Normal ISO speed values do not apply. Make trial exposures under typical conditions. With a KODAK WRATTEN Filter No. 25, try a setting of EI 50 (daylight) or EI 125 (tungsten) and bracketed ± 2 stops|
|Primary features||Fine grain, moderately high contrast|
|Infrared-sensitive||to approximately 900 nm; maximum sensitivity from 750 nm to 840 nm|
|Filter||necessary for most applications. For general photography, use a KODAK WRATTEN Gelatin Filter No. 25; for infrared photography, use a WRATTEN Filter No. 87, 87C, or 89|
|Available on||4-mil ESTAR Base (rolls) or 7-mil ESTAR Thick Base (sheets)|
|Suggested applications||Advertising/illustration, Aerial, Corporate/industrial, Fine art, Landscape, Law enforcement, Medical/scientific, Photo hobbyist, Portraiture|
|Recommended KODAK Developers||D-19, D-76, HC-110, T-MAX (roll film only), XTOL Total darkness|