Question about Cameras
Hmmm... Even if it's fully developed, I wouldn't recommend you do this. You can get a number 14 welders glass from any welding supply company. Such filters usually have a thin layer of aluminum, chromium or silver deposited on their surfaces that attenuates ultraviolet, visible, and infrared energy. And even though the developed film has silver within it, it is not designed, optically, for photographic work. The welder's glass is reasonably priced and you ensure your eyes won't get damaged AND has good optical quality. After the fact is too late to change any damage done by inferior viewing devices.
If you're using a video camera with an LCD viewing screen, you don't need any protection. Exposure will be more than likely overexposed though and you may want to consider a 3-5 stop Neutral Density filter or a Number 14 welder's glass in front of the lens to cut down on the intensity of the light.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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