400 or 800 speed film?

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  1. SoRedtheRose

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    At a concert, eight rows from the stage...I want to get good photos, but which film is better 400 or 800?

    I will have a zoom lens.
     
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    What lens? A f4.5 with 800 probably will not give you useable results. A f2.8 is a different story. Need more info.
     
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    I'd use ISO 1600 film and if needed, push it.
     
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    Same. Though it depends on how well lit the venue is and what speed your lens is - I'd still go with the 1600 as a 'Just in Case'
     

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