Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by Chase, Jun 16, 2003.
Just another poll for the fun it of...
So where's the digital slots?
And for all of you "digital only" people, there is now a new choice just for you.
I like to call it "Film? Huh?"
But you can select ISO settings on a digital camera
Those settings are just there to make people feel nostalgic :roll:
I like film in the 100 range for finer grain(I hate grain) when the light allows, but I keep 400 available if I need it. I have never had film in my camera over 400.
I agree, dlc.
The only film I really shoot is 100 (or slower when it comes to some slide film) so I can keep grain to a minimum. I keep some 400 around just for those special low light needs.
Anyone using anything different, and if so, please let us know!
Okay, I cheated. I've only shot 2 rolls of asa 400 film since I got the Contax, but I plan to start shooting a lot of Velvia & it's only asa 50 (until next fall when the 100 comes out).
Photobug is always the troublemaker... :roll:
wheni bought my EOS, the camera guy said vert sternly i was only allowed to put 100 in it.
ive been too scared to try anything else for fear of my camera exploding.
Ahh, sounds like a good book.
The Instigator of Pottymouthedness and the Tale of the Exploding Camera
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