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    Quote Originally Posted by Too old to care View Post
    Leave the development time alone since the film will now be correctly exposed if one f-stop is enough compensation. In not, cut the ISO more, not the development time.
    Thank you. That's what I thought, but being forgetful and new to developing film again I needed some confirmation by those that know what they're doing.

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    Well, I had a few photos that I took at the same time with my Nikon D200 that I got around to looking at and looking at the exposure data for those against the same shots on the ME, the ME is always underexposed by a stop to 1 1/2 stops compared to the Nikon. Guess that's what I get for not completely checking the ME out before hand. Ah well, they were just test rolls anyway

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