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A few snaps taken with a Kodak 66 Model III.

The first picture, top left, was taken on Ilford XP2, the others on Ilford SFX200 infra-red sensitive film, with an 89B filter supplied by SRB in Luton, England. These were exposed at 1/25sec at f/5.6 in bright sunlight and developed in Ilford LC-29 for the recommended 11 minutes. There are significant advantages to using a viewfinder type camera for infra-red photography, as the viewfinder is still usable when the filter is fitted to the lens.


















Pictures and text by Chris Eve


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