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    Go ahead let the owners be the judge ;-)

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    Default Re: Using DSLR as light meter

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    Haha if you say so
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    lol seriously if you think so. So be it :-)
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    Et tu Brutus lol
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    I'm not the one who's being rude here. Read back and see who's more of a troll !
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    Plus I won't bother to explain to people who thinks they know all ;-)
    Yes... let them judge.

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    Default Re: Using DSLR as light meter

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    I regret the unpleasantness. thanks to sifu Catchlights for explaining and to sempai dd123 for help.
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    Default Re: Using DSLR as light meter

    Yes, you can but you will want to use an ISO 100 film and set your shutter speed at 1/250s and your aperture at f8 and you can use your DSLR as light meter.

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    Default Re: Using DSLR as light meter

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeRock View Post
    Yes, you can but you will want to use an ISO 100 film and set your shutter speed at 1/250s and your aperture at f8 and you can use your DSLR as light meter.
    No need. Use whatever ISO film you like. The light on your subject and sensitivity of your film dictates the shutter speed/aperture combination. It is not permanently fixed at 1/250 sec & ƒ8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by one eye jack View Post
    I'm not surprised,do take note that tiny wide angle lenses used in mobile devices take in
    more light so does the polaroid camera.Don't just rely on metering but understand the theory
    of photographic light meters.In bright situation meter tend to underexpose and vice versa.It's
    only an average reading.
    Noted with thanks! Trial and error showed me that too..

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    I'm sure you are aware the film speed of Fuji FP-3000B is ISO 3000 right?
    Yeap. Actually ISO 3200.

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