What film iso should I use for the La Sardina camera in sunny daylight?

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  • What film iso should I use for the La Sardina camera in sunny daylight?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 00:36
They say you can use "any" 35mm film, so choose your ISO/ASA according to the conditions. My best guess is that is uses the DX to set the exposure correctly. The separate setting for multiple exposures keeps the film from advancing automatically. If you leave it in "normal", the film will advance and you won't get multiple exposures.
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 07:44
100 ISO.
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 09:56
No I used ISO 200 speed film all the time. Your sunny 16 rule indicates a shutter of 1/200th or 1/250th. If the camera does not have this but if you can afford a cruise to the Bahamus. Isn't it time you purchased a digital camera where all you need is a few sets of batteries and a couple of memory cards. Be sure to use the maximum quality resolution. I have a friend who with his first digital camera he reasoned that the setting which gave the highest number of pictures would do. He could not make a5x7 print that was not blurry! So use the setting that gives the highest resolution or simply put the setting that gie the LEAST number of pictures for the memory card in the camera at the time of this settng. The multiple exposure setting is for taking one picture right after another, much like a machine gun fires bullets in rapid sucession one right another. If you don't think the cruise is worth say a $100 on a decent digital camera with a 5x zoom lens NOT a 3x!, I just think you are being too cheap with yourself! And lastly you can just use the "normal" setting on the camera you have. (makes me shutter just thinking of what you are trying to accomplish)!!! Good Luck and boy oh boy do I mean that!

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