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Steve Ricoh

Retropan 320 anti-halation question

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In this article, the difference between Fomapan films, it mentions that Retropan 320 does not have an anti-halation layer. Does anyone have corroborative evidence to support this? 
https://blanconegro.com.au/difference-fomapan-films/

For some time now I’ve been looking for a film that will produce halos around light sources, and this may fit the bill. I hope so!
 

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Yes it's true. The effect is more subtle than the old Kodak infrared film of old (or the "Aura" version of the efke), but still more noticeable than other "normal" films. Be warned though, Retropan 320 is *really* grainy. As grainy or grainier as Delta 3200. Grainier than TriX pushed to 1600.

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