Sometimes I have problems with overexposure when I cross slide film. Now, I shoot a whole roll of ISO 100 (Agfa Precisa CT 100) exposed to ISO 200 instead.
With my first few crossed films with the LC-Wide, I’ve noticed that the negatives have been mostly very bright, which made it difficult to scan. So I told myself not to expose a film roll with the specified ISO 100 but with ISO 200.
So off I went with the Agfa Precisa CT 100 in the LC-Wide and the ISO set to 200. With the results, I’m more than satisfied. See for yourself:
Even indoor shots are great! I like how the film roll at this light reacts inside!
In practical terms, it is also useful in double exposures because I only have to change the ISO setting. So, I left it to ISO 200 and just shot two photos on a negative.
Conclusion: I will shoot all my slide film with the LC-Wide by simply making a change in the ISO settings!