Frames of exposed Kodak high speed infrared 35mm with negative edges. This illustrates the amazing tendency of HIE to "flare" through the film base into the carrier gear-holes. This kind of flare normally represents a camera that leaks light or high speed (Hie) film.
I scanned this from one of my old negatives from the 90s and knocked the image out.
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