Can I use the Light Meter in a DSLR to set a film camera?

Started Feb 28, 2011 | Discussions thread
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Quantum Help
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Re: Can I use the Light Meter in a DSLR to set a film camera?
In reply to Barrie Davis, Mar 1, 2011

I agree on some points, but on digital sensors, it is true that it is not affected by what is termed reciprocity failure. However, long exposures on digital can contain more noise than exposures at shorter shutter speeds. Then again, there are in-camera filtration to reduce long exposure noise, software programs such as Noise Ninja, et al, as well as numerous other programs to rectify that problem.

As Anna Rosannadanna from SNL once said "It just goes to show you, if it ain't one thing, it something else"

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