Kodak technical pan film was an 'almost' panchromatic film, which means it responds to the whole spectrum of light. We don't have to worry about this much nowadays, because all black and white film is panchromatic. At one time, black and white film was Orthochromatic, meaning it responded very weakly to red spectrum.
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Kodak Technical Pan
Posted by hell-on-a-stick at 7:11 AM
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All of a sudden everything lately seems sharper and cleaner. Or is it because I just woke up?
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