Quote Originally Posted by Les Sarile View Post
There are no cameras that are programmed to account for reciprocity as far as I know. Heck, I doubt that even the Fuji, Kodak - and other, folks would know the reciprocity for their films given these extreme durations and various lighting conditions.
Here is one such test I conducted using the LX with Kodak Gold 100. The results without any compensation looks "normal". I've conducted similar tests with other films and the results all look "normal".
While I'm sure that's fine for some color negative films for shorter duration exposures, I'm also sure that longer exposures with slide film will cause all kinds of problem. Thus, the use of autoexposure without some means of compensating for the reciprocity effect, which varies by film, seems to obviate the need for such a mode.