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Ilford SFX 200-120 Film

Our Price: £12.50 GBP

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Descrizione

SFX 200 film da Ilford è un B & amp premio; W film realizzato per l'alta qualità e ad alto dettaglio fotografia all'infrarosso. Aggiungi un filtro rosso intenso per ottenere immagini uniche e potenti.

Come sempre con gli infrarossi, consigliamo di puntare la fotocamera verso la piena vegetazione e il cielo nuvoloso drammatico. In medio formato, questa film a infrarossi stupirà con i suoi dettagli e l'impatto ultraterreno.

 

Specifica

Formato: 120
Colore: B & amp; W
Genere: Infrarossi
ISO: 200
Esposizioni: 12
Dimensioni confezione: 1

 

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Ilford è stata fondata nel 1879 nella città inglese con lo stesso nome. Sono royalty B&W nel settore della fotografia grazie alla loro eredità di 140 anni e al loro sostegno ai fotografi con prodotti chimici, sviluppo e film. A metà del 20 ° secolo hanno prodotto diverse linee di telecamere apprezzate tra cui una data alla principessa Elisabetta che è stata poi rubata! ma oggi si concentrano sulla produzione dei migliori film e processi di sviluppo possibili.n.

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Colpi di esempio c) Tè, due zuccheri eAntony Shepherd utilizzato con licenza CC2.0

 

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Quando acquisti la tua film fotografica da noi, possiamo spedirla in tutto il Regno Unito, Europa, Stati Uniti, Nuova Zelanda, Australia e Canada, altri paesi in programma a breve! Acquista oggi Ilford SFX Film 120 B & amp; W ISO 200 e tuffati nel divertimento della fotografia su film di medio formato!y!

Customer Reviews

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N.H.
Perfect for: Landscapes, Creative/Abstract
Lots of fun

I bought this film and some IR filters to have a play with the idea of shooting "near" infrared. This isn't a true IR film -- it's a perfectly good B&W film at 200 ISO -- but it is sensitive to infrared light, so if you put a 760nm filter on and add about 6-8 stops to your exposure, you get a mysterious whitening of foliage that changes the entire mood of a landscape.

I put this roll in a Fuji GW690ii "Texas Leica" rangefinder 6x9 on a trip to Dunkeld and the Hermitage Forest in Scotland. In autumn, there's not so much chlorophyll, which I think would render foliage brighter white, but I'm quite pleased with the results and will come back for more.

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I.T.
Perfect for: Landscapes, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Creative/Abstract
Pricey! But Good...

Another 3.5 star film for me, and this time because of the price. I'll tend to wait for it to go short date before picking up and here's why. (current price £13)

It's not really any better than Rollei 400 IR in my opinion, and certainly not worth twice the price. If this ever drops to within shouting distance of the Rollei film I may try another roll. It's also ISO 200 which means longer exposure times with a red filter (ISO 25 is pushing it for hand-held use with this) or an IR720nm filter. The reciprocity is less flexible too, and when you couple this with (for example) an IR filter, it can make for some silly (6 minute+) exposure times.

I shot this side by side with the Rollei film when I was looking for my "IR go to" film, and there's not much in it quality wise between the two - certainly to my old eyes. Sharpness is very good, and the grain is pleasing (to my old eyes anyway). It's a great film, but hard to buy at the price point when there's others just as good for less money.

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O.C.
Perfect for: Landscapes
Great for dramatic Landscapes

I use this for landscapes with a dark red or orange filter to get some dramatic skies and a lot of detail in the distance even if it's a bit hazy.

The film is quite sensitive to light leaks etc so good to load /unload in subdued light and wouldn't use if the lights seals/bellows on the camera aren't super tight.

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A.C.
Perfect for: Landscapes, Creative/Abstract
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Quality at a price

The main point of using SFX200 is to utilise it's near IR sensitivity. It doesn't give that IR until a 720nm IR filter is used. Red or dark red filters will darken skies but only lighten foliage a little.

Grain can be a bit of issue but this can be tamed by developing in an ultra fine grain developer such as Perceptol. It has more controlled contrast compared to the extremes seen with the Rollei films. Retro 80s can for example yield blown highlights and limited shadow details on the same negative. Even more importantly is that the Ilford film is produced to a much higher standard than the Rollei films judging by the number of times I've experienced emulsion artefacts with the latter. The big BUT of course is the price. It's double the price of the Rollei films. Its a shame as it's a great emulsion which would no doubt be used more if it wasn't so expensive.

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C.C.
Perfect for: Landscapes
SFX200

I foun)d this film OK. I shoot digital infrared a lot (subtle mono tones, not fake colour stuff. I was hoping that combining this film with an ordinary red filter would give a gentle IR feel to conventional B&W images. The result was poor. Found the yellow filter more useful. I know a deep red filter might suit better but I wasn't after the full IR effect. It's expensive film, so I won't buy any more.