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Rollei Infrarrojos - Película 120

Our Price: £7.00 GBP



La herramienta creativa óptima, esta film de formato medio se puede filmar de dos formas diferentes. En primer lugar - como una film en blanco y negro recta ISO 400, con un resultado espectral leve debido a la sensibilidad de infrarrojos. Alternativamente, lo empareja con un filtro rojo oscuro para enfocarse desproporcionadamente en el espectro IR.

Los árboles serán de un blanco brillante, la gente brillará, el cielo será de un negro oscuro y usted será recompensado con algunas de las imágenes más dramáticas directamente de la cámara. Tenga en cuenta que esto aumentará significativamente la exposición necesaria y responderá a una sensibilidad de ISO 12-2525)



Formato: 120
Color: Infrarrojo
Tipo: Negativo
YO ASI: 400
Exposiciones: 12
Tamaño del paquete: 1


Para comprender más sobre los detalles anteriores, puedeecha un vistazo a nuestra guía de film o si quieres algo de inspiración, dirígete a nuestra página eneligiendo tu próxima film. Y si desea conocer todos los detalles sobre la film, incluida la información técnica,leer sobre Rollei Infrared en EMULSIVE.


Como empresa, Rollei es más famosa por sus cámaras, en particular la icónica Rolleiflex de doble lente, pero esta empresa con sede en Alemania fundada en 1920 también ha tenido una larga trayectoria en la realización de películas en blanco y negro. Desafortunadamente, la empresa matriz no sobrevivió a la revolución digital de los años 90/00, pero la marca sobrevive hoy bajo licencia de AgfaPhoto, que continúa respaldando emulsiones antiguas y nuevas.

Para obtener más información sobre la marca, consulte nuestra biografía deRollei

Imágenes de muestra c) Heinz Wille yGaétan


Donde enviamos

Cuando nos compre la film de su cámara, podemos enviarla a todo el Reino Unido, Europa, EE. UU., Nueva Zelanda, Australia y Canadá, ¡más países planeados pronto! ¡Compre hoy mismo su Rollei Infrared Film 120 Infrared ISO 400 y sumérjase en la diversión de la fotografía de 120 film !y!

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Daryl Ball
Fun Experimentation

I tried this 120 Infra red film on the suggestion of someone who had viewed some of my other work.
I had no previous experience of this type of film or style of photography but thought it would be fun to try something different.
I used it in my Holga 120S along with a recent acquired cheap red filter off ebay.
The shots were all taken outdoors in bright sunny conditions.
Of the 12 shots taken about 8 of those were actually usable and about 6 I was pleased with the results. This wasn't too bad, much as expected considering my first attempt. I think next time I'd try the 35mm version to give me more shots and a camera with more control settings so hopefully better results but overall though was worth a try.

Neil Piper
First Outing With IR Film

As the title suggests this was my first experience using an IR film. Example images shot with a cheap IR720 filter in pinhole camera.
Rated at 400, added 5 stops to compensate for my filter and added a t**1.52 reciprocity curve and developed in HC-110b.
Was really easy to use, loaded as normal not even really under very subdued light if I'm honest and treated in all respects like a normal black and white film other than the deep red filter.
Highly recommended if you want to try this unique look.

…and just found out this is available in 4x5, so I expect this to start costing a lot very soon...! :)

da vid murray
Best thing since Konica 720nm

I was pining for the late Konica 720nm. No more. This does the biz: luscious glowing foliage, dark skies - true IR. I've not used it as a non IRbw film. I'mm well satisfied with this as IR, using an opaque (to visible light) filter.

Alex Morrison
First time with IR film

Really interesting film to shoot - make sure you have a 720nm filter and a tripod, and you might have to guesstimate your developing times (Ilfotec HC for about 7 minutes works).
I shot my first roll at EI25 with the IR filter - I'll shoot the next at at least 12 possibly 6.
There isn't much information about reciprocity either - I shot my first roll through a Pinhole and guesstimated at doubling for anything over 1 second, then adding "a bit" more after ten seconds. Seemed to work ok...
Sharpness is great, and it's a proper infrared film - what's not to like?

David Whenham
I’ve always got this in stock

I’m a big fan of infrared photography in general, and this near-IR film is one that I’ve always got in my 120 film drawer. I have several IR filters but the one I use most with this film is a 720nm filter which swallows around six stops of exposure meaning I typically shoot at ISO 6 although I do sometimes bracket +/-1 stop. Get the light right and this film can produce some magical images although in my experience it pays to be picky about when you shoot it. A bright, sunny day with blue skies and fluffy white clouds are my favourite conditions but it is possible to get nice results in most light. Developed in Rodinal at 1+25 this produces lovely negatives which scan very nicely and also print well in the darkroom.