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    Any Members Shoot 4x5 Transparencies

    Do any members shooting 4x5 transparencies, Please?
    I am looking at how to get an exposed sheet of positive film that has been developed ??
    I want the exposed & developed sheet for an thin InfraRed filter.
    Can anyone help me Please ? I am happy to pay for this & postage.
    Cheers
    Col
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    Col. Apart from your request, what sort of filter is this to be, IR blocking, or IR passing? (I'm guessing blocking, because at that size it sounds like it's to cover the lens.)
    Then, how is the film to be exposed? Just fully fogged? And are there any references to this?
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    Hi Am
    IR passing, visual blocking.
    Cheers
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    I get my 4x5 film processed at Vision Image Lab(?) in Danks St Waterloo. I believe they'd be able to do most things.

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    That's interesting. Then you want ordinary negative film. What about 120 size? It's about 70mm wide (depending on how it's held in place during development). If you can get some -and it's readily available still, it might help, instead of looking for 4x5. And it's negative, not transparency.
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    Hi Am
    There is some confusion with this, I have given you a wrong link
    This is the instructions I got.........
    Positive film -Kodak E-100, Fuji Provia or Fuji Velvia & develop just as it it!
    Col

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