Originally Posted by il ciclista
will it meter differently on a crop sensor than a FF?
No. But you have to compensate the different field of view due to the crop factor. And if we're really accurate, chances are that the ASA value of the film and the ISO value of the DSLR don't equal each other. Every camera maker has different opinions what means ISO 800 for example.
Originally Posted by Crane's
Szeph are you using filters?
Not so far, why?
I have some filter for my Retina but none for the Mamiya. I think if I would, then a yellow filter for people photography, I like how it looks in Lightroom if using it digitaly. Green filter is my nightmare, it turns my dark skinned ex-gf from chocolate to charcoal.
Did you already shoot some of the ASA 3200 stuff? I heard they typically are only really ASA 1000 but designed for push processing.Edited by Szeph el raton - 11/29/12 at 2:17am