Kodak exposure guide

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by gerry_szarek, Apr 18, 2005.

  1. Good evening, about 2 years ago somebody was asking about exposure
    times for film and I posted a Kodak PDF file that covered every
    possible situation (is was multiple pages long). Of course that was a
    job ago and I can't for the life of me find the file on my home
    computer(s) anywhere. So does anybody have the file that they can
    repost or know where I can find it online? Yes I did try the search
    engine to no avail.

    Thanks,
    Gerry
     
  2. Search: Kodak.com
     
  3. Sounds like good advice but isn't, ~ Jon ~.

    Searching for "exposure" returns 3 pages of results, none of which is what Gerry is looking for.

    Searching for "exposure guide" also returns 3 pages of results, none of which is what Gerry is looking for.
     
  4. Google "+kodak +exposure +guide" turns up nothing useful in the first 20 pages of results. Ditto google "+kodak +"exposure guide""

    If you want to be useful, you might actually TRY the searches you suggest before dismissing the question out of hand.
     
  5. There are dozens of variants of the "Kodak exposure guide". the oldest one I have seen cost a nickle
     
  6. Gerry, I have one that Jack Flesher (sp?) posted a while back. It's about six pages long and mostly wordy and then there is a one page table that gives values for different scenes and films speeds. If that's the one your after I have it but I don't know how to post it here. I've taken a screen shot of the table. It's quite useful. I just print out this page and keep a copy in my camera bag. Let me know if this is what you are after. Rav
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  7. Something similar: http://home.earthlink.net/~snapshooter/exposureguide.pdf

    Or get "the real thing": item 7508669499
     
  8. Or the version that Rav mentioned: http://www.kodak.com/global/en/consumer/products/techInfo/ac61/
     
  9. YES that's it, thanks to RAV and Andrew. I just couldn't find it by searching don't ask why. BTW I couldn't find it on the kodak site (USA), which is where I found it 2 years ago. A big thanks to all those who have searched and helped me.

    FYI, I am taking pictures at my son's kindergarden play next week and needed to pick a film, given my choice for lenses etc.

    Thanks Again,

    Gerry
     

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