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    Quote Originally Posted by budrichard View Post
    I've used a Fm3a plus Nikon SB-16 with K64 for something equivalnet. The TTL flash coupling with the Fm3a in AUTO makes for a very easy shoot. 400ASA is really not needed and I would shoot it all with flash.-Dick
    Wouldn't using 400 ISO or even 800 ISO give me greater range with the flash?
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    Yep, it will give you much greater range but at expense of more grain and quality.
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    400 Porta NC or VC is good enough by far for color. Tri-X at 400 for black & white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kivis View Post
    Wouldn't using 400 ISO or even 800 ISO give me greater range with the flash?
    You will get greater range but do you want to shoot flash with a 200mm at 100'. There comes a point where the flash will become close to the background lighting and you will start to view bright lights as jiggles superimposed on flash image. You want to keep the flash/film exposure level much higher than the natural light.-Dick

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