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In reply to Mark Smith, 10 months ago

Mark Smith wrote:

canonagain123 wrote:

carl english wrote:

did mention this on previous post, you could change ISO with film.

only if you process the film yourself. Good luck shooting ASA 400 film and changing to 3200 in the middle of the film and to 800 for the last 4 images and going to a lab (especially today) and telling them to cut the film in the middle and before the 4 last images and develop the second part 6 minutes longer and the last part for 2 minutes longer.

You could with certain films Ilford XP2 was one of them, any concurrent frame from 50-1600 ISO Also some cameras had a simple 1/60 shutter and no aperture, they relied on latitude to get good results from bright conditions to indoor in day all on one 400 film.

something new every day. Next time I shoot film, I'll do that with one of those films with that kind of latitude.

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