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    My big challenge is scraping and taping Tri-X DX codes to get me my desired 250 personal speed on an automated camera I have...

    The alternative is to remember every time I power it on to hit + twice for the exposure compensation. I prefer scrape and tape.

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    Or, you could buy film that DOES have DX codes ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
    My big challenge is scraping and taping Tri-X DX codes to get me my desired 250 personal speed on an automated camera I have...

    The alternative is to remember every time I power it on to hit + twice for the exposure compensation. I prefer scrape and tape.
    It doesn't save the setting when you turn it off?? That's no good.... Mine only changes when I put a new roll in.

    I'm starring to re-roll now, so I just use pre-marked cassettes. But then, often I don't shoot the given box ASA anyway.
    ~Stone | "...of course, that's just my opinion. I could be wrong." ~Dennis Miller

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