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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Box speed. Period.
    It can take 1/3 of a stop over exposure, but there is so little difference why bother?

    Generally manufactures know more about their own products than the customers do. Even more so with film.

    I doubt very, very much an 0.3 stop difference is visible at all in print film. But it will be very obvious in transparency — up or down, to a trained eye.
    With NPS 160 I routinely shove it in my XA and rate it at 400.

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    I shoot at box speed normally, but sometimes I want a slightly different look out of my film so I will underexpose and push it in development or make some slight change. Really it's all about what you are going for with your film. I am using film as an artistic medium so I don't necessarily want it to look "perfect".
    Everybody has a photographic memory, some just don't have film.
    My Website and Gallery is at www.bcarlsonmedia.com
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