Tue 30-Oct-12 01:32 AM | edited Tue 30-Oct-12 01:45 AM by LightMeter
I shot a roll of Fuji 200 neg film. Next roll will be slides, but I wanted to see them today-that's why I used neg film. I went to the motocross track I haven't been to in about 3 years. The camera did good. The meter suggested about 1/125 at f/16, but I ignored it and used sunny f/16-1/250 at f/16 with ISO 200 film for the motocross shots. I shot a series of pics outside from 1/250-1/2000, and the negs all look the same as far as exposure goes. So that means the shutter speeds are accurate-at least the faster ones. The only problem you can see on the first one. There is a little black line on all the negs in the upper left-I cropped or removed it from the others. I opened the back and the shutter and didn't see anything. Hopefully it's just a hair or something that came loose when I took the film out. The scans on the photo CD are about as washed out and overexposed as the prints. Did they scan the negs or prints??? I did what I could in post to improve them. I had 2 frames left when I got home, so I finished it on my 9 month old nephew after getting some of him with the D300. 105 2.5P for all.