- Posted Sept. 13, 2007 by Luke Pellen in 35mm Film. Viewed 2324 times
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i've got my Olympus 35 RC (35mm rangefinder) now :)
i've loaded it up with Kodak BW400CN black & white film, and am going to go snap happy using manual control and the “Sunny 16” rule. results should be interesting.
Sunny 16 rule: On a bright sunny day, set your shutter speed as close as possible to your film speed (eg 1/100th sec for ISO 100, 1/250th sec for ISO 200). Set your aperture to f/16. That's your basic guideline.
i've also got my Optika 500mm mirror telephoto lens for my SLR, which I am happy with - despite the fear of donut shaped bokeh ;)
lol… now i feel cool… being able to say “donut shaped bokeh” (look it up in google ;-)
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