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#1 Steppenwolf

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Posted 19 December 2005 - 01:45 PM

Hello,
Can this Super8 Reversal Film be used in every Super8 Camera or only in specific types?
Can this film be used in a Bauer S105 camera.

Appreciate your advice.
Jonathan.
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#2 Mike Crane

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Posted 19 December 2005 - 04:57 PM

Some cameras will read the 64T cartridge as though it was ASA 160, thus underexposing the film with the auto meter.

Not sure if your camera will pose a problem with auto exposure and the 64T. Others may know the answer to this question.


The safe bet is to use manual exposure override.

Edited by Mike Crane, 19 December 2005 - 04:57 PM.

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#3 A.Oliver

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Posted 19 December 2005 - 05:57 PM

Some cameras will read the 64T cartridge as though it was ASA 160, thus underexposing the film with the auto meter.

Not sure if your camera will pose a problem with auto exposure and the 64T. Others may know the answer to this question.
The safe bet is to use manual exposure override.

The bauer S105 is a chinon camera rebadged, sticking my neck out here, no the S105 will not meter the 64t correctly. found this on a google search
http://www.film.proj...4_new_cams.html
http://super8wiki.co..._in_old_cameras
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Posted 19 December 2005 - 09:39 PM

Thanks a million for the information. Therefore, I'll stick to my film-noir type of films.

Cheers, Jonathan.


The bauer S105 is a chinon camera rebadged, sticking my neck out here, no the S105 will not meter the 64t correctly. found this on a google search
http://www.film.proj...4_new_cams.html
http://super8wiki.co..._in_old_cameras
Andy


Thanks a million for the information. I'll stick then to my film-noir type of films.

Cheers, Jonathan.
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#5 Chris Cooke

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Posted 19 December 2005 - 10:59 PM

I'll stick then to my film-noir type of films.


You, don't have to shy away from the stock just because your camera won't auto expose it correctly. Like Mike Crane said, use a light meter and your manual exposure override.
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