I plan to shoot on some 64T film, and usually i have my digital SLR on me so i can see roughly what the image would look like. However the ISO on my digital camera only goes down to 100. Can anybody think what would give the right image on the slr by changing the shutter speed or aperture, so i can see how the light looks at what would be a 64 iso?
Strange question i know, any thoughts tho?
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Posted 19 April 2009 - 09:30 AM
Not so complicated, though. The difference from ISO 64 (Tungsten) to ISO 100 (undefined = Daylight) is 100 %. I put a third loss for the artificial light - daylight difference. So you can compare for instance f 5.6 to f 8 situations.