Re: x-ray film

From: John Cremati ^lt;>
Date: 11/25/05-09:40:20 PM Z
Message-id: <000e01c5f23b$20af9fa0$9ca551d1@k1t0l0>

             I was just told by my friend that experimented with x-rays
that he thinks the film is probably regular ortho film but probably also
has a special coating of phosphorus as well..... The phosphorus is sensitive
to the energy source, lights up and then the ortho film then becomes
        Some of the images he did that were very ghostly and quite
beautiful.... He seems to remember that they were extremely long exposures
on objects that were far away from his machine.............jc

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From: "John Cremati" <>
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Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 10:10 PM
Subject: x-ray film

> Has anyone played around with x-ray film for alt purposes?
> I know nothing of x-Ray other than my friend was given a
> military surplus x-ray machine by his father when he was a kid . He
> x-rayed everything from his hands to the lawnmower engine. The
> are actually quite spectacular and would be interesting to print out
> .......He probably has enough rads in him to glow in the dark...Needless
> say he got A+ in Science class.
> I imagine the film would respond to any high voltage source for a
> aurora effect ........I also imagine that possibly there would be some
> interesting applications for long exposure pinhole photography.....
> Any thoughts on using this film with out a x- ray machine?
> John Cremati
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