In this review, there's this paragraph explaining f-stop and ISO equivalents:
The two aperture settings are marked with the sunny and cloudy symbols which equate to f16 and f8.0 respectively (set via Waterford stops). Some additional exposure ‘control’ is available by loading different speed film. Lomo says the Spinner 360° settings are based on using ISO 400 film so you could get f11 and f5.6 with ISO 200 film or f22 and f11 with ISO 800 film.
However, from what I understand about equivalents, this has gotten things backwards... It should be ISO 200 gives you f22 and f11 and ISO 800 gives you f11 and f5.6, because the slower film is equivalent to less light, therefore a smaller aperture gap (i.e., higher f-stop). Am I right here, or mistaken? If mistaken, could anyone offer a brief explanation?