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    I've been using TXP320 at the same ISO I use for anything (200) - I reckon it depends more on your developer/workflow than the camera - the Titan is just an f/206 box!

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    Ok lets say 400 Iso at f11 - 125 sec with my setup is normal --- f 206 would mean a 8 stop difference? therefore if I would think effective ISO would be around 1.6 or 2 Yes No??
    Quote Originally Posted by munz6869 View Post
    I've been using TXP320 at the same ISO I use for anything (200) - I reckon it depends more on your developer/workflow than the camera - the Titan is just an f/206 box!

    Marc!

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    Print this out Bob http://www.ilfordphoto.com/Webfiles/...6152612113.pdf, it'll probably completely agree with what you are saying, but it'll hurt the brain less in the field...

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    thats a very cool meter for dummies... and yes it does mean that for the film I would use about a 8 stop difference from f16 ... I am going to print it out and keep it with the camera thanks for the link.
    Quote Originally Posted by munz6869 View Post
    Print this out Bob http://www.ilfordphoto.com/Webfiles/...6152612113.pdf, it'll probably completely agree with what you are saying, but it'll hurt the brain less in the field...

    Marc!

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    freestyle indicates they are getting these in very soon. "In time for wwpd" they say...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Carnie View Post
    thats a very cool meter for dummies... and yes it does mean that for the film I would use about a 8 stop difference from f16 ... I am going to print it out and keep it with the camera thanks for the link.
    And don't forget to compensate for reciprocity. Good luck.

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    good point
    QUOTE=Joe VanCleave;1332783]And don't forget to compensate for reciprocity. Good luck.

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    I get my Titan tomorrow, totally ready for it, 5 film holders, two Mod54 tank inserts, negaflat carrier, changing bag, woot!

    Question though, the included lens cone is stated to be a 72mm. What is that equal to in 35mm? I might get or make an external viewfinder but for now, I can use a 35mm rig to frame.

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    Mine came the other day but I haven't had a chance to use it or the exposure calculator that was included. I'm in the process of assembling the calculator backed by plastic. The angle of view is 97 degrees. I printed a 97 degree template on clear (Pictorico) film and mounted it on plastic that can slide on to the camera. It's probably not comparable to a viewfinder but may be helpful. If anyone has other suggestions I'd like to hear them.

    Thanks in advance.

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