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radimus
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Re: sure you can
In reply to canonagain123, 7 months ago

canonagain123 wrote:

brianric wrote:

carl english wrote:

Agree with OP apart from the ISO, you could vary ISO with film, just meant a bit more work in Dark room.

Could you work with different ISO on the same roll of film?

but only if you process the film yourself. see my other post: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/52975629

of course you'll process the film yourself if you want the most out of it, but since this isn't obvious to soem people it seems fair to mention it.

Because of the wide exposure latitude with C-41 process films you could change the ISO, or adjust the exposure compensation, plus or minus 2 stops and still get a good image without any changes to the processing.  I used to do this a lot with the C-41 black & white films, but the color films handled it quite well too.

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