Still trying to figure out the proper exposures and exposure times for both fp3000 b and fp100c film. It turns out that fp3000b has a wider range of lighting possibilities, where as the fp100c seem almost impossible other than under bright sunny skies.....but looking at the landlist:
it seems this camera is capable of shutter speed of 10 secs to 1/1200! So, there should be a way to use the color film for indoors without using a flash, right?
I took one picture with the L/D wheel turned to the lightest possible (4 notches) and set the bottom wheel at 75 (which is the slowest out of the 75, 150, 300 and 3000). I waited for the 2nd click of the shutter closing (it's definitely not 10 secs) though i could have put it on a tripod to be sure. The picture turned out pretty dim.
Does anyone know how to get the slower shutter speed, or whether the fp100c is just good for outdoors and flash? Thanks!