Posted 22 March 2016 - 09:06 PM
So it will either read at 25 or 100 daylight, neither of which would be bad. It uses the little tabs system of reading the cartridge notch. Since the notch is either 40 or 64 I believe it will not be wide enough to read as 100 so it will likely read as 25. You will over expose by a stop which isn't all that bad. Your image will be less vibrant and highlights slightly washed out but it will be easier to scan than slightly under exposing. When I have Velvia I plan to project I like to be spot on or under to get that nice colorful and contrasty image. But when I have to scan, being slightly over and washed out which can be corrected in post makes it easier to scan all the detail. Does that help?