I finished a roll of ASA200 film, and changed to a ASA400 film in a hurry, and forgot to change the ASA setting on the camera to 400. Taken a few shots before realising it.
In this case, is it better to shoot the entire roll at ASA200, and tell the photo shop to do the necessary (something to do with pushing), or change the camera ASA setting to 400, and end up with the first few shots overexposed? If I change the ASA to 400, can the first few shots be salvaged?
I'm using a Nikon FE, with centre-weighted metering. Would like to get some advise.
Thanks and Merry Christmas!