This is a bit of a peculiar question and one that I've been tying myself in knots over, so please be gentle with me!!
I have an ongoing battle with my Bolex H16's very dim viewfinder - I cannot afford a camera upgrade or to get it laser brightened due to the huge carriage costs from UK to USA.
So, I pose this question to see if it allows me to open up the lens a bit to give me a brighter viewfinder image. As follows......
So, say I am shooting Kodak Vision 3 50d and my meter says an f stop of f8 in bright sunshine. If I rate the ISO on the meter at ISO 25 (instead of 50), and it gives me an f stop of f4 - how will this affect the results on the film, and what should I tell the lab to process it at ISO 25 for the correct exposure? Is this push or pull processing?
Has anyone done this before at ISO 25?
Your help would be much appreciated.
Edited by Julian Fletcher, 05 April 2016 - 07:07 PM.