Hi! I test shot two Wittner Chrome 200D cassettes with Canon 512XL - the other was read as 160D (by the camera standards) and the other was notch hacked to read as 250T. I made sure not to use the built-in filter with the notch hacked film either outdoors or indoors. I thought that the "underexposed" notch hacked film would look better but I think there are signs of not exposuring ok in both filmed and processed films.
How does your cameras reas Wittner Chrome 200D and how has your results been:
1) in daylight (with or without ND filter)
2) indoors (with of without ND filter)
My experience is that the "overexposure" at 160D really makes the images look "flat" compared to 100D which reads/exposes as it should bu almost all the cameras. Also the underexposure is not as good as I thought it would. A little better in some pictures (but sometimes worse), but the image is clearly underexposed and not that colourful and too grainy too.
Am I doing something wrong? All Ektachromes I film turn out 100% good! Is it simply because 200D is not a standard for Super 8 or do I need to check my eyes at the doctor
Thank You for sharing your experiences with Wittner Chrome 200D!
Edited by Harry Alen, 25 April 2014 - 09:18 AM.