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#1 Micbress

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Posted 19 October 2010 - 12:21 PM

Today i did my first try with the 500T and 200T stock; indoor scenes with poor light, 2 normal bulbs.

The camera on automatic was set at F 1.8, sometimes a little more, at the right end of the value scale of the Nizo pro.

Considering the 500T i 've used this value , avoiding to compensate putting the F at 2.8.

So my questions are:

1- will be everything overexposed or just ok, considering that the color negative is better a bit overexposed?

2- In poor light conditions like indoors or night shots the indicator of the exponometer will alwayd be at the right end , so in any case we must compensate?

For the night shots and indoors what will be the best solution? Let the value of the automatic metering (considering the low light), compensate or just use the automatic B function, to let the camera do the job?

Thx
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