10 Comments

  1. adash
    adash ·

    This set is waaaay to dark. You should have let more light in, when redscaled the film looses at least two stops of sensitivity.

  2. azel
    azel ·

    @adash thanks !

  3. adash
    adash ·

    Some prefer to expose 200ASA redscale as 12ASA, but I haven't tried that. I expose +2 stops (200 becomes 50, 100 becomes 25, etc).

  4. azel
    azel ·

    @adash i shot at 30asa and f/5.6

  5. adash
    adash ·

    There is no ASA setting on a Smena. The numbers on top are the speed. Which time of day is that?

  6. azel
    azel ·

    @adash i shot it at evening

  7. adash
    adash ·

    Then shoot at F/4 and 1/15 with a steady hand :-D Use B timer and a tripod if unsure - Redscale tolerates much more overexposure than under-exposure.

  8. azel
    azel ·

    @adash Thank you very much for your advice !)

  9. adash
    adash ·

    If unsure, overexpose like crazy! Best wishes for the new year!

  10. azel
    azel ·

    @adash haha :D thank you and happy new year !