Re: FILTER FACTOR FOR #52
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It could be about a stop- but if shooting under 3200 º K or warmer-
could be more- and remember BW film
is more under "tungsten" to begin with - so that could wind up being
2.5 more stops than the meter would indicate under tungsten.
Orleans Photo Inc.
On Jul 8, 2008, at 3:19 PM, BOB KISS wrote:
Anyone out there have a good starting point for a filter
for a Kodak Wratten #52 (light green) filter? I will be shooting some
Rollei Retro 100 with it.
Please check my website: http://www.bobkiss.com/
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