Bad Hangovers from Film Days?

Started Mar 13, 2014 | Discussions thread
Mark B. Forum Pro • Posts: 23,611
Re: Bad Hangovers from Film Days?

bruxi wrote:

scorrpio wrote:

I beg to differ. +/- 3 stops bracketing can be very useful. Also, many people use bracketing for HDR. There are also quite a few JPEG shooters who will rather bracket, pick the best one and never bother with RAW and post-processing.

That's fine - any features on your camera that where much handier for film?

My EOS A2 had an option to leave the leader out of the film when I rewound it - very handy if I wanted to change to a different film speed or from color to b/w in the middle of a roll. No such feature needed on a digital body


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