FP3000B manual exposure, speed rating?
Since I modified my 110A to take pack film I have had a spot of bother with regards to FP3000B. At first I thought it was the copal shutter on the Tominon 127/f4.7, but now I get the same results with an Ektar in a synchro compur shutter. The former may be a bit slow at top speed, but not all. The latter is tested and proven. I find it hard to believe that both shutters are suspect at all speeds.
The problem? Overexposure, especially in bright daylight. By at least a stop. Happens at all speeds. I have to dial in a one stop compensation to start with, and then start thinking of compensating for the actual scene.
So the question is: Is FP3000B more sensitive than the 3200 rating would suggest? I have seen others rate it a 6400.
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