[QUOTE=metod]Yes, one stop overexposure is still OK. Usually, when you overexpose color film slightly, you get better saturation and colors just pop up. The grain tends to diminish slightly as well. This might not always work well, say you taking portraits. There is nothing worse than getting back pictures from uderexposed color film= no color and they are very flat.
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If it is slightly under (like 1/2 stop), will that be a little bit less saturation and more flat, which will be like old time color film.

I had the gold200 popped into the 400 single used camera (rollei). I will put some image on later. It's hard to see how much under since I have no idea the f and s are.