Quote Originally Posted by mporter012 View Post
A question about reciprocity failure. If you use an in-camera ttl light meter, does the camera give you the proper exposure regardless after 1 second? I don't entirely understand...

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No, reciprocity failure is a deviation from expected behavior of the emulsion, I can't see how the camera could deal with it. Unless perhaps it was a super smart camera that could have it's exposure system programmed to compensate for a particular film, as not all films behave the same way. Given the current status of film cameras in the market, that feature wouldn't seem likely to appear.