120 Medium Format Aerochrome - FOR SALE  TO BUY  FOR SALE

Jun 04 2016

It has been my pleasure to bring Aerochrome to the marketplace. After hand rolling virtually every Aerochrome roll in existence, I am sad to say, the projet is over. The total was about 86,000 rolls and 1000's of sheets.

Dean Bennici

Aerochrome scrap film (4cm x84 cm)

The scrap film is all that is left. All other formats are sold out. I am working on getting more stock. If you want to be on a contact list, please send me an email.


2011 Kodak Aerochrome lll Color Infrared Film cut down and rolled to 120 medium format.  The film is discontinued, so this is the last Color Infrared Film that was ever produced. 

The film can be loaded in very low lighting situations, but MUST be developed in total darkness. This is a standard 120 film roll with paper backing and numbering.  The rolls are shipped in an air-tight, black plastic container. 

A lens filter should be used. I recommend a medium yellow or orange filter, but there are a variety of options.  The nominal film speed is 400 ISO with a #12 Wratten yellow filter on the lens.  As with all infrared films, the actual film speed is relative to the specific situation.



Slide: process E6                                                                                                                                      Negative: cross-process C-41

Aerochrome is designed for processing in a standard E6 developer, producing a slide.          But if you want a negative instead, the film performs very well when cross-processed in  standard C-41. ______________________________________________________________________


Please Read: 

This is fresh film stock, but has been re-cut. Kodak therefore requires that I sell as second-hand and so there is no warranty on this product. The material is hand cut and rolled in total darkness, so there may be some minor imperfections that will not, however, hinder performance.


MORE INFO: There is no absolute film speed rating for infrared film due to the nature of infrared light and other factors. Most of my examples  were shot using a medium yellow or orange filter in direct sunlight. I would be happy to offer any support or information about my experience with the film, how its cut down, availability, exposure, etc.