Hey guys. Recently bought a couple cartridges of film for a small trip I'm about to take. One cartridge of 200ASA Tungsten balanced, and one cartridge of 50ASA Daylight balanced film. The problem I'm experiencing is that my camera doesn't technically detect 200ASA Tungsten balanced film - it jumps from 160 to 250. The camera also doesn't detect 50ASA Daylight balanced film - it jumps from 40 to 64.
How many stops of light will I lose? Do I need to start carving away at my cartridges? Advice? What ASA might my camera assume I'm shooting? I'm still in the experimental phase of using my camera, so tips on this would be fantastic!