Tips for slide usage?


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Hi guys,

Managed to borrow a Nikon F-401s (i know, it's old, but it works) and would like to try shooting a few slides (outdoors, fireworks) with it. Any thing I should look out for?

Thanks in advance..
 

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i personally like velvia for its wild colours and provia100f for more a more natually look and slightly more speed... if shooting in low light, try provia 400f. expensive though....

and yes. rgb does a great job with the slides.... if you student, got discount...
 

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i ended up with some sensia 100 for starters... haven't touched film in a LONG time so dun want to burn so much $ yet.. :embrass:

see how the results are first, then decide if I want to carry on. :p
 

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sensia is ok too...colour nicer and more accurate than negative film.... you will not be dissapointed dude. feel happy and then when feel shiok, upgrade to the pro slides.... take care.
 

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Originally posted by f55user
i ended up with some sensia 100 for starters... haven't touched film in a LONG time so dun want to burn so much $ yet.. :embrass:

see how the results are first, then decide if I want to carry on. :p
dun worry bro i'm sure you'll want to continue on to other slide films in no time :)
 

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