For best results I always shoot scenes with a high contrast ratio when
using 7363. You might end up with a flat negative if you shoot on a cloudy
day... Not recommended if you spent a lot for it.
On Mar 18, 2012 2:09 PM, "charles chadwick" <infiltration...@gmail.com>
> Howdy. This is a simple question, and one I've fielded before. I just
> purchased some hicon super8 film that pro8mm released (slitted down 16mm I
> guess), it has an ASA of 10. It probably responds mostly the same as any
> other hicon stock of a similar speed. I've been shooting 3374 a bit lately,
> which is much faster and can be shot in lower light. So, has anyone tried
> shooting hicon on an overcast day around mid-day, with good results, or any
> results? Just wanted to inquire before I run off and shoot the film I
> bought...it was very expensive. Thanks!
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