Rollei Infrared - 35mm Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 50 reviews
Jan D. (Northallerton, GB)
Interesting creative film

I shot this at 400asa with a red filter. The camera had light leak problems but still produced some really interesting images. Turns a blue sky black and really highlights cloud in a blue sky. I think I would have more idea of the sort of subjects to shoot next time. I shot at f16 and f11 to get the depth of focus for the infra red light and this seemed to work well.

Daniel B. (London, GB)
Great results either with R72 filter or without

A great truly Infrared film when used with an R72 filter, however also a fine B&W film without.
My first shot seemed to have what looks like dust specs on it (last image uploaded without the r73 filter), however this could be my film labs scan!

d.b. (New Romney, GB)
tally ho biggles

really cant think of any faults on this film. buy some play around with it, whack on a red or orange filter have fun.

Jack G. (Exeter, GB)
Worth the effort

Even though you have to use an IR filter and learn the technique to shoot infrared, it's well worth it. The images I got back were amazing, I immediately bought more.

Kris L. (Stevenage, GB)
Worth the hassle

I had a roll of this in my Wonderbox a few years back. I bought a 720nm filter to use with it, and as a result had to meter at ISO 6. Most of the pictures were taken using a tripod and a hand held light meter. My manual Pentax lenses have a mark for correcting the focus with IR film. The workflow was, therefore, set-up the shot on the tripod including focusing; carefully attach the filter, adjust the focus to the IR mark, meter, then take the photo with a cable release. The results are a little unpredictable with the greenery sometimes coming out white, sometimes a darker shade, and the blue skies sometimes almost black, sometimes more mid-grey. As I have only shot this one roll, I need to experiment more (and perhaps make some notes!) to get the most out of it. I really enjoyed using it though, and once I have worked my way through the mountain of film I have waiting, I'll shoot a few more rolls.

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