Hi! I of course posted an error in the topic - 160T hack isn't needed as the camera understands 160D... I would like to know if anyone's ever done this? I'm planning to test Wittner Chrome 200D with Canon 310XL. This is what I think will happen:
- Must keep the built-in yellow filter off always (tungsten position)
- Outdoor shots will look normal
- Indoor shots will look yellowish/tint to orage
Should i overexpose the film (160D and no hack) or underexpose (250T and hack) - I'm guessing the 1/4 stop underexpose would look better than any amount (even though 160 is closer to 200 than 250) overexposure. I'm doing this because Canon 310XL (or any of my cameras) cannot read 200D correctly and I want to make it look the best in that camera - I'm thinking 250T is better than 160D in colors/saturation and overall better looking picture.
Also - how do you do the notch hack? Do you use driller or how do you clip the cartridge without damaging anything!
Thank you for your comments - I really appreciate your time for a newbie questions like mine! Maybe one day I can pass some knowledge myself... After many cartridges of filming
Edited by Harry Alen, 17 February 2014 - 11:44 AM.