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revised How to calculate exposure time for Fuji Velvia RVP 50 using a DSLR spot meter?
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comment How to calculate exposure time for Fuji Velvia RVP 50 using a DSLR spot meter?
both are canon eos cameras, so the plan is to use the same lens which will be focused on the 5d mk2 and then removed and connected to the eos300, the error in focus should be limited to the minor differences between sensor/film alignment
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comment How to calculate exposure time for Fuji Velvia RVP 50 using a DSLR spot meter?
Thanks John, I did check the DxO Mark site for the 5d mk2 ISO bias and am planning to use it but "assuming the camera otherwise meters correctly" is actually assuming that zone-5 for 5d mk2 dslr sensor is metered the same as for the rvp 50 film which is what I hope someone will tell me from experience
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comment How to calculate exposure time for Fuji Velvia RVP 50 using a DSLR spot meter?
well for one because I have a DSLR but do not have an external meter, and I`ll want to bring the dslr along anyway for live-view precision focus and composition and of course the ability to makes test shots before I decide I wanna spend a film frame on a given scene. As for phone-apps that do metering - while I have no experience using them I have several reasons to believe they would be less than accurate or even consistent given limitations of most smartphones cameras and software that is used to interact with them, is there a particular one that you have used and found to be reliable ?
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