With an ISO of 200 take this film out on a sunny day with a red filter over your camera lens, and you will love the results.
Before you begin shooting this film you must put a red filter of some sort on you lens, you can buy red gel filter papers on eBay. I just taped a piece of a red filter over the lens of my camera. I waited for a sunny day then experimented with the SFX film focusing on vegetation.
When in the bright sunlight vegetation comes out a warm white shade, and skin tones will have a creamier and smoother effect.
I also tried taking some pictures indoor with a flash on my camera and the pictures turned out almost all black so I do not recommend taking pictures indoor with this film.
I processed my infrared SFX film myself, however Ive heard it is difficult to get 1 hour photo places to process SFX film. So I would recommended sending it in to LomoLab or some other professional lab.
I loved this film so much I looked online for coloured infrared film and it has been discontinued. :(