5 Frames… Of Kodak Plus-X Aerecon II 3404 (35mm format / EI 50 / Nikkormat FTN) – by James Harr

5 Frames… Of Kodak Plus-X Aerecon II 3404 (35mm format / EI 50 / Nikkormat FTN) – by James Harr

I bought this film in a “group buy” with a couple of other people over on Filmwasters.com and honestly, I didn’t know anything about it. I remembered shooting Plus-X back in the day and liking it, but that was the extent of my “knowledge”. As it turns out, I think that this is NOT Plus-X emulsion on a thin estar base designed for aerial reconnaissance.

It has extended red sensitivity to cut down on atmospheric haze and the emulsion is thin and “highly hardened” to permit rapid processing.

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I bought this film in a “group buy” with a couple of other people over on Filmwasters.com and honestly, I didn’t know anything about it. I remembered shooting Plus-X back in the day and liking it, but that was the extent of my “knowledge”. As it turns out, I think that this is NOT Plus-X emulsion on a thin estar base designed for aerial reconnaissance.
It has extended red sensitivity to cut down on atmospheric haze and the emulsion is thin and “highly hardened” to permit rapid processing.
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