B/W Recording films
With their spectral sensitivity extending up to the infrared range, Aviphot Pan negative films are capable of registering more details than films with conventional sensitivity.
The differences in spectral reflection between the various kinds of vegetation are greater and more visible on film in the spectral area between 700 and 740 nm.
The films penetrate better through haze and they even permit recording at sunset or sunrise. You can fly more often and stay in the air much longer: productivity goes up.
Aviphot Pan 20 PE0
Thin base, extremely fine grain, very high resolution, slow speed, panchromatic negative film with extended NIR sensitivity for high altitude reconnaissance applications
Aviphot Pan 40 PE0
Thin base, very fine grain, high resolution, intermediate speed, panchromatic negative film with extended NIR sensitivity for medium to high altitude reconnaissance applications.
Aviphot Pan 80 PE1 and PE0
High resolution, intermediate speed, fine grain panchromatic negative film with extended NIR sensitivity for low to high altitude flights. The very fine graininess and the high sharpness of the film make it ideal for use for detailed mapping applications. Average gradient variation between 0.8 and 1.8.
Aviphot Pan 200 PE1, PE0 and PE0-AR
Medium speed, fine grain panchromatic film with extended NIR sensitivity for low to medium altitude flights. Average gradient variation between 0.8 and 1.6.