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    Did you set your aperture right? That is my usual mess up with my MF camera. I don't use a Kowa though. I can't tell you how many times I have metered for f16 and forgot the lens was on f8 or larger.

    I tend to underexpose Provia by a half stop, but never had trouble with it at 100 .
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldie View Post
    System wouldn't let me edit the original post.
    I meant to say that I rate it at 200 & have it pushed half a stop.
    Then you might want to try the new Provia 400X.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague View Post
    Then you might want to try the new Provia 400X.
    I plan to try that film soon. I've been laying my hands on so much cheap Provia 100 recently that I need to use it up. But 400X is on the list. I've shot a few rolls of Fortia SP rated at 100 & pushed half a stop & got some rich colour. Not for the faint hearted or those who prize subtlety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldie View Post
    I plan to try that film soon. I've been laying my hands on so much cheap Provia 100 recently that I need to use it up. But 400X is on the list. I've shot a few rolls of Fortia SP rated at 100 & pushed half a stop & got some rich colour. Not for the faint hearted or those who prize subtlety.
    I've got a few rolls I purchased for an upcoming trip to Australia next month. Looking forward to trying it out.
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    One additional thought on the original post. I sometimes see this problem with my F5 if I let the batteries get too low.
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