DIANA F+ EXPOSURE TIPS

Discussion in 'Lo-Fi Cameras' started by okanumit, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. okanumit

    okanumit Member

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    I AM NEW TO TOY CAMERAS AND HAVE JUST DEVELOPED MY FIRST ROLL.HOWEVER MOST OF THEM TURNED OUT TO BE UNDEREXPOSED.I UNDERSTAND THAT 'N' IS ABOUT 1/60.WHAT ABOUT 'SUNNY' , 'CLOUDY' ETC MODES?? WHICH ARE THE F-STOP EQUIVALENTS OF THESE MODES??
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE..
     
  2. Jon Shiu

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  3. darkosaric

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    Hi,

    Welcome to APUG :smile:. It is (more/less) f8, f11, f16. I always put at least iso 400 film in diana, and develop more than usual.


    ps. Don't use capital letters, it looks little aggressive :smile:

    regards,
     
  4. Callum Green

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    Thanks for the equivalents Darksoaric.