Posted 11 December 2010 - 04:08 AM
By way I have two Bauer a512 cameras, I bought them together for €300,- a few month's ago and hopefully not to put them in the corner!
Thanks in advance fellows, Rob
Posted 11 December 2010 - 05:49 AM
Set the camera to auto and have the filter switch set to daylight (which means, 'with filter')
Read the exposure indicated by the meter.
Now switch the meter to manual mode and roll the exposure to the reading indicated in the previous step.
Switch out the internal filter - ie swich to the 'tungsten' (bulb) position.
This isn't as hard as it sounds.
Posted 11 December 2010 - 05:01 PM
But.... Will this solution not create blue footage? Or is this only when I used tungsten film? And not when I use daylight balanced film like the Kodak 100d ektachrome.
When I understand you well I have to film with for example Kodak 100d and use your advise of mettering with the automat while the filter is in position sunsymbol and then filming manual with the automatic diafragma founded before and the filter in position bulbsymbol.
Do you have advice in case I want to use negative film, what about the Kodak vision3 200T? Does this film work correct using the automatic feature?
Well again thank you,
Rob from The Netherlands