I have a Beaulieu 6008s and Kodak Vision 2 200T film stock which is balanced for tungsten lighting. I will be shooting a short film very soon with both in and outdoor scenes.
I understand that for outdoor scenes I have to use a 85/85B filter and the 200T will be rated at 125 ASA. The only thing which I can't figure out is which stop on the ASA adjustment wheel on the 6008s is ASA125. Can't find any valid information on this in the manual, it's just not described what ASA speeds the stops are which are not labeled.
To make this more clear, the ASA dial has markings for ASA 12, 20, 40, 80, 160 and 400.
From ASA 12 to 160 there are two additional marked stops in between each full stop, from ASA 160 to 400 there are three additional stop markings in between.
Does that mean 1/3rd stop increments and 1/4th stop increments? If so it would mean that 1 mark before ASA 160 is ASA 125. Is that correct or am I totally off?
Edited by Marc Oberdorfer, 18 February 2010 - 04:45 AM.