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I think it is good to challenge a new camera, so I loaded up a roll of Efke Aura infrared film (my personal favorite) and the Hoya R72 deep red filter onto this gem of a camera and went for a drive. The only criticism I have for the camera is the amount of shutter noise. I had to switch to a heavy tripod and hand my camera bag on it to reduce movement, even with the cable release.This photo was shot on film. Taken by troch with a Holga 135 Pan loaded with Efke IR820 AURA film in Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada. These tags describe this photo: ir, infrared, r72 filter, black and white, b&w, 35mm, panorama, holga, canada, spring, diy, and rodinal stand process. Date: 2012-04-22. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album First Infrared of 2012.
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