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thnx for the warm welcome,

my fren n i tot of going for some late afternoon n nite shoots tomorrow. i'll be using a nikon fm-10 wif a konica centuria super 200 wif 36 exp. wats the best time to do outdoor shoots during this time n any tips like shutter speed, apperture exp etc. might be going to padang, supreme court or world trade centre. and by the way do i need a flash, tripod or shutter cable ?


thnx bros
 

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Try use ISO400 fulms and above (800 - multispeed) for evening to night shoots...

Yeah, bring along your tripod if you want to take shots that's not handheld and a shutter release cable would come in handy :embrass:

Tomorrow got something on @ the padang right?? Some outdoor concert.. with this Stella Wang Xiang Yee also
 

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Originally posted by SniperD
Try use ISO400 fulms and above (800 - multispeed) for evening to night shoots...

Yeah, bring along your tripod if you want to take shots that's not handheld and a shutter release cable would come in handy :embrass:

Tomorrow got something on @ the padang right?? Some outdoor concert.. with this Stella Wang Xiang Yee also
What time?

Does centuria super 200 suffer from super grainy syndrome like the max 400?
 

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I tried the Konica Centuria 200 before. It sucks! The colours came out different from the actual subject some tones came out too dark and others too light. I suggest that you shoot with Kodak and Fuji for asa200. Stay away from Kodak Max asa400. If you are taking pictures with a tripod and using bright lens use asa100 if not shoot with asa200. That is if you intend to do 8R blowups else it doesn't matter what film and setup.
 

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Tomorrow got something on @ the padang right?? Some outdoor concert.. with this Stella Wang Xiang Yee also
Didn't read this earlier. If you are shooting a person on stage ... I agree bring faster film (anything above 400)
 

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