|Posted: Tue Jul 22, 2014 8:40 pm Post subject:
|I don't understand this. You speak about ND filters, so you must think there's more light than the film can cope with. If you set the ASA
at a slower speed as you suggest, the camera will adjust by slowing the shutter speed, which will overexpose the film even more. You
need to set the ASA at a higher rating.
I agree with David about HP5 - it's a bit too grainy and it's way too fast for where you're going, unless you want to take some night or
low-light pics. The FP4 will be fine for daylight at its rated speed, as Phil says. But if you find you run out of shutter speed you can set
the ASA to 200, but don't change it for the rest of the roll once you've started taking pictures.
Anyway, have a good holiday!
Peter - Moderator