Kodak Aerochrome Links & Tips
Kodak Aerochrome is Gorgeous
Kodak Aerochrome was a false color infrared surveillance film produced by Eastman Kodak for a number of different applications. It was most famously used to identify strategic military installations obscured by foliage.
Kodak Aerochrome EIR Links
Technical data from Eastman Kodak.
Making the most of Kodak Aerochrome.
Richard Mosse and Aerochrome
Kodak Aerochrome flickr group.
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Lomopedia: Kodak Aerochrome Infrared Film
Thread: Kodak Aerochrome film
Color infrared film flickr group
Buy Kodak Aerochrome
Kodak Aerochrome has been discontinued and is in short supply. However, there is still an ok supply of it on ebay if you are willing to pay a premium. Rolls of Aerochrome have sold for upwards of $100. Recently, Lomography came out with their own false color film similar to Kodak Aerochrome called Lomochrome Purple.