1 June 1992 Infrared presensitization photography: film comparison
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An investigation was made of five common 35-mm black and white Kodak films showing their relative sensitivity to the IR presensitization photographic effect. The basis of comparison was the density versus IR energy (DIRE) curve. It was found that fine-grain films are more sensitive than coarse-grain films to the presensitization.
Joseph M. Geary, Ron Sessions, Dennis C. Duneman, "Infrared presensitization photography: film comparison," Optical Engineering 31(6), (1 June 1992). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.56187 . Submission:
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