Pushing/pulling film with a Nikon N90s

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ElevenKnights New Member • Posts: 1
Pushing/pulling film with a Nikon N90s

Getting back into film photography (and photography in general) for the first time in about 20 years, and I just picked up an N90s. I've shot a few rolls and I've been through the manual a few times, so I feel like I'm pretty well acquainted with the features.

That said, I'm wondering about the best way to set up the camera if I want to push or pull film. The Exposure Compensation function seems straightforward (assuming I'm understanding what it does correctly) and I could, for example, set it to -1 EV and then have the lab push +1 when developing and I'm good to go. But I could also manually set the ISO, say to 400 for my 200 ISO film, which would net the same effect, or so it looks to me.
Is there any difference between using Exposure Compensation to underexpose/overexpose in camera vs. manually overriding the ISO? Am I missing anything (or everything) about how these functions work?

Thanks in advance!

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