Using Infrared Film With Certain Cameras

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  1. McManniss

    McManniss TPF Noob!

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    I have some Infrared film that I just bought, and I had heard something about this subject a while back and never got an answer to it. What I heard was that certain cameras cannot use Infrared film due to the fact that these cameras use infrared light to advance the film. I was planning on using my Nikon F100 with this film, does anyone know if my camera will fog the film due to this?
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The problem is with the film counter, the film is advanced mechanically...although it would be cool if the could do that with light.
    Sorry, I couldn't resist.

    I'm not sure about your camera. However, I don't think it's a matter of not being able to use it...you just might get some fogging on one edge. You could always try it and see.
     

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