16mm Film - Double Perf - CINE16 BW Infrared Negative 200 iso - 100 ft

16mm Film - Double Perf - CINE16 BW Infrared Negative 200 iso - 100 ft

  • $49.99

Please read all of the information on this page (including TERMS at the bottom) before ordering.

DOUBLE PERF - FPP BW Infrared Negative Film
200 ISO / 100 ft Daylight Spool / (Thin) Polyester Base / Process: D96

This film when developed produces a film negative. Negative film must be scanned or printed. A film negative can not be projected.

Notice: Due to this film's ultra thin, polyester base, it may not load into "auto load" Krasnogosk-3 (K3 loading video) or other auto load cameras. Note that we have had success loading into our Bolex H16 (video Bolex loading)

This film is for all 16mm cameras that accept a 16mm 100 foot daylight spool. (This film will not work in 8mm Bolex or other 8mm cameras)

We can Process/Scan your FPP BW Infrared Negative Film. Visit our Process/Scan page to order these services.

This film is also available as a Film-Develop-Scan (all-in-one) BUNDLE - HERE

With its 700-850nm infrared range and 200 iso, this panchromatic, medium contrast / medium grain black and white film will produce extraordinary results with a r72 filter.

  • 700 – 850 nm infrared wavelength
  • Use r72 filter in broad daylight for infrared effect (#25 red filter also an option for less dramatic effects)
  • Load in darkness (or very dim light)
  • After shooting keep your film exposed film away from light
  • Shoot iso 200 (without filter) for use as a standard, panchromatic BW film

Must be shot in broad daylight with a r72 Infrared Filter for the most dramatic results. You will lose (approx.) 6 f-stops with a r72 filter (check your filter instruction to find out what the "filter factor" is). You can also use a 25A red and a polarizer ( or 87IR filter ) for good results. Your results will depend on the amount of IR light in the air when you shoot. Your results will vary based upon weather conditions.

Terms – With the rare exception of a film product recall, user issues with film are a by-product of the deterioration of parts in the vintage cameras used to shoot the film. Even functioning and previously tested vintage cameras may experience motor film transport issues, film breakage, light leaks, over-and-under-exposure, and emulsion scratches. We feel it is important to bring your attention to these risks as we do not accept returns, offer replacement film or refunds on 16mm movie film. 

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