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    I stand corrected. Portra 400 will expose to 3200 quite well. That's pushed 3 stops!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertNate View Post
    Olympus XA and some portra 400 or 800. If you use the 400 you can expose as 1600 and push 2 stops, if you use the 800 you can still expose as 1600 by pushing one stop. I haven't seen Portra expose at 3200.
    I thought the XA topped at 800? The XA4 allows 1600 if you bypass the DX contacts.

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    I got 20 point and shoots for table cameras for a wedding. These were anywhere from $50 to $200 when new, and the thrift store sells them used for $4! Definitely the way to go. And they are worthy of good film. I recently tried Fuji Superia Xtra 400 in one, it was not a bad combination if you are on a budget. Obviously Portra 400 would be way better.

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