Haven't ever shot any of the S8 but I've shot a fair bit of 16mm 7363
around midday under cloudy skies (in Vancouver, it's a losing proposition
to wait until the sun peeks out). Have had generally pretty good results,
but like Phil suggested, my frames tend to contain pretty contrasty
subjects. Hope it goes well, let us know!
On Sun, Mar 18, 2012 at 11:24 AM, Philippe Leonard <optical...@gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello Charles,
> 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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