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Most film camera are using centre weight metering. It is pretty accurate unless there are strong highlight, or shooting bright subject against dark background. The later camera model then they introduce Matrix metering, but it can to fool also. If you want, write down the camera setting after every shoot, from there, it is easiler to see how it go wrong.
Even when i using DSLR, i will look at the lighting condition and +/-EV before i press the shutter as i normal shoot in AV mode.
Take peekture, take peekture, I want to go back to that Taiwanese fella to take picture
Just image a typical HDB room with one double decker bed (the top is for storage), 2 Wardrobe, 2 book shelf, one computer table, my bicycle, some empty luggage with bags stacking on top. my dry cabi, one corner stack up will camera bags, and a big cage for my 2 rabbits...........