Fujifilm 100c polariod land Question

Discussion in 'Lo-Fi Cameras' started by unitednations161, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. unitednations161

    unitednations161 Member

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    Iv been trying to take pictures with my colorpack two and the photos seem to be coming out really bright. Does the developing time make them over exposed if its wrong? Or is there something else im doing wrong?
     
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    Should not be the developing time as long as it is longer than min spec for FP-100c.
    Use the exposure comp dial and try more.
    Enjoy polagraphing!
     
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    fuji color film is self-terminating. you have to wait the minimum time, but a minute or even some minutes more wouldn't change the result. the fuji is 100 iso, pola had 80 iso. so put the wheel at least 1 grade towards darken.
     
  4. unitednations161

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    I never thought of that! the dial on my land is on 75 asa and the asa of the fuji is 100. thats most likely why its so light