Sunny 16 rule.

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  1. railman44

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    Yep, must old film camera have a chart on back with that info, my first 35mm camera is a Yashica MG1 did not have a light meter. It has icons next to the f-stop on the lens. But it has f11 as sunny.

    PS: Got it for Christmas went I eleven or twelve. ItÂ’s the only gift. I got as a kid that I still have.
     
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    This is just a re-hash of the Kodak exposure guide, which Kodak has been publishing for over 50 years.
     
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    Simple rule, set your aperture to 16 and shoot the shutter speed the same or as close to the film ASA.

    It works I have shoot older cameras like that and it always gives accurate or very close to accurate exposures.
     

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