...take a look at this. For the following, I used Fuji NPH set at box 400 ISO. My incident light meter indicated an exposure setting of f11@1/250 sec. That is in keeping with the "sunny 16" rule as it was a slightly overcast day in Arecibo, Puerto Rico yet quite bright. The following photos were taken by laying the negative strip on a light box and using a digital camera. The prints were scanned on a flat bed scanner. No photoshopping was used except to resize the photos. The first frame (9) was the indicated exposure, f11, 1/250 The second frame (10) was overexposed 5 stops f4, 1/60 The third frame (11) was underexposed 3 stops f16, 1/1000 The prints were made at a one hour WalMart Fuji Frontier. These are the results: Normal exposure 5 stops overexposed 3 stops underexposed The color from the scan seems to be a bit bluer than the actual photos in which the trees are true green. But, as I said, I made no corrections in photoshop. I was rather surprised at the results. They are not that bad.