What speed?

thehairlessone

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What speed of film should I be using? I usually get 400 speed because of the back of the box says it is better than 200 for night shots but is 400 enough? I know some people are using 800.

What are the good and bad points?

rick
 

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i have used the 400 speed and have got great night shots from it, i also tried the 8oo in the same camera and i really could see no difference.
 

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800 expensive(here anyways)

400 I use and get good results with
 

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I've shot a few rolls of 800 in my Fuji 90 cams. They have a much weaker flash than the Owl PF. The day pics are not overexposed and the range at night seems to be improved. For this time of year when I'm just fooling around, I use 400. Closer to opening day I'll use 800 in the Fuji's. I have a couple of Owls but they are under construction so I have no experience with them.

Keith
 

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400 Konica, very cheap for 28 pics. Takes great pics day or night with the canon PF. Mike
 

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With the canon owl PF 400 speed is as high as you can go. Someone on here said they used the 800 in it but they did not see any difference at all. Maybe the camera still uses only the 400 setting no matter how high you try to go.Mike
 


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