I shoot Fuji Pro 400H in old folding cameras with a limited range of shutter speeds and aperture settings, and those are not always reliable. It has proved to have considerable latitude to under/over exposure. My use of Portra 400 is less, but that too has shown minimal colour shifts under similar conditions. Talk of 5 to 7 stops latitude may be overstating things, but both are as good as medium-fast film ever achieved in that respect. Personally, I shoot them at box speed as a starting point.
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