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WINNERS AND LOSERS
THE ASA/ISO SETTINGS OF NEW FILMS RENDER MANY CAMERAS USELESS
TEXT: JRGEN LOSSAU PHOTOS: JOCHEN-CARL MLLER
Do you need to get your hands on a new one? Youd better hurry before word gets around that in the future many cameras will be little more than museum pieces. The times of the sweet little Agfa Microflex, Canon AF 310 XL and XL-S , the itty-bitty Eumig Mini 3 and 5 or the imposing Zeiss Ikon ES8 are over. They were all designed to accept only A S A 40 and 160 cartridges good old Kodachrome 40 and Ektachrome 160. Their automatic exposure controls cant be adjusted manually, either. On these pages you will find some marvelous models that will be worth gold in the future.
Cameras that allow manual ASA control are nicely positioned now: Beaulieu 2008, 3008, 4008, 5008, 6008, 7008, 9008 , Leicina Special and also the Lomo 215. A used Beaulieu 4008 ZM II or IV goes for about 350 to 400 on eBay, while a Leicina Special sells for 450.
Good automatic models
These cameras offer a wide range of automatic ASA settings and correctly read the notches on common ASA 50, 64 or 100 cartridges: The Canon 814 XL-S can be had for as little as 120 on eBay, the Canon 1014 XL-S for 350, the Nikon R10 runs around 300, and a top of the line Single-8 Fujica ZC 1000 can be had for about 400.
These handle only ASA 40 or 160 film. Manual adjustment is out of question, so this is the end of their shooting life. Its a shame about these nice pieces: the Agfa Microflex, Canon AF 310 XL and Eumig Mini 3 and 5.
WHAT WORKS WITH E64T?
SOME SUPER 8 CAMERAS STRUGGLE TO HANDLE A NEW FILM SPEED
TEXT: JRGEN LOSSAU DOCUMENTARY: HEIKO RIEMANN
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The demise of Kodachrome 40 presented filmmakers with a successor from The House of Kodak with a different exposure speed. Instead of ASA/ISO 64 , the new material is rated ASA/ ISO 64. Unfortunately, this cartridge speed notch is not recognized and read by all cameras. Some Super 8 equipment requires manual exposure compensation, if possible. Other cameras simply do not accept Ektachrome 64T (E64T) at all, unless one is ready to accept overexposure by 2/3 of an f-stop. For these cameras, there is just one option at hand Fuji Velvia film, sold as Cinevia by GK-Film or by Wittner as Wittnerchrome V50D. This material provides good results even at ASA/ISO 40 , although the emulsion is in fact intended for ASA/ISO 5 0. If youre considering E64T or Kodaks 100D stock (ASA/ ISO 100 ), you should carefully study the contents of this table. Those few cameras that do not even try to read the film speed from the cartridge are at the front of the class. In the ever-shrinking narrowgauge film world, cartridges are often loaded
with a different speed material than the cartridge notch might indicate (since the carts are often obtained from other sources). Devices marked with 1 offer manual ASA speed adjustment. Great! The field is led by the Leicina Special, which can accept any material between ASA 10 and 1000. The impact of farsighted and well thought out engineering becomes apparent over time. To our knowledge, cameras marked with 2 function correctly with ASA 64. They read the value automatically from the speed notch. This information comes either from the cameras instruction manual or its mention in the super8wiki on the Internet (see box). Anyone can record their cameras E64T compatibility there, as long theyre sure of its specifications. If your camera is rated 3, it reads read ASA 40 instead of ASA 64 and the exposure needs to be set 2/3 of an f-stop lower than that measured by the built-in light meter. One must always take this adjustment into consideration before shooting to be honest, it's just too much to
think about! Whether the exposure adjustment is always remembered is a different matter. If not, then perhaps a previously set value has been used. Not that easy, all this. therefore Fuji Velvia may be your best bet! Those rated 4 do not even offer integrated exposure meters. These are mostly cheap flops, designed for use with Kodachrome. Nobody is going to be happy with them today because the updated film is expensive and shouldnt be wasted on senseless experiments. Models with a 5 next to their name do not measure exposure through the lens (TTL) but use a secondary light metering system, something we consider so technically ingenious that it would be a shame to not to highlight them. The Eumig Nautica is a fine underwater camera and the Canon 310 XL is a Super 8 night owl. They simply need an ND 2.0 neutral density filter positioned in front of the light meter. You will have to build it yourself, but those of us who love our cameras may well attempt to do just that. Any of the worlds common cameras
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that use non-TTL light meters and are unable to read ASA 64 do not receive a 5 rating. They have slipped into the next category. A 6 means sit down. The useful life of these models is finished if you wish to use Ektachrome 64 T (T stands for tungsten; artificial light) or Ektachrome 100D (D stands for daylight). These movie cameras are either unable to read ASA 64 or 100 with little or no way to correct overexposure, or they work with external metering that cannot be modified. A7, on the other hand, is a good rating! It denotes universal Single-8 cameras that are able to read many film speeds. Beside standard Fujichrome Single-8 R 25 N (daylight, ASA 25 ) and RT 2 00N (artificial light, ASA 100 ), www.retro8. com also offers Fuji Velvia at ASA 50. Just remember that the film is packed in conventional RN25 N cartridges, though. Therefore, the film speed notch on the cartridge has been drilled out with the intent of enabling automatic exposure setting on most cameras. The Single-8 car-
tridge can only hold 12 m of Fuji Velvia. The film is on an acetate base; standard Single-8 film is polyester and 30 % thinner. A cartridge usually accepts 15 m of this film. Those marked 8 are a disappointment! There are a few Single-8 cameras that recognize the film speed by a plastic slat positioned on the cartridge underneath the recess for the film pressure plate. Each Single-8 cartridge is therefore equipped with two identification marks for film speed (what an extravagance!) The ASA value is set depending on the position of the slat. Unfortunately, it is impossible to change the position of the slat after manufacture. Sadly, there are some cameras that read only this slat. This prevents the Fujica AX100 and the C100 from being able to use Velvia film in a Single-8 cartridge. The Elmo 8S - 600 and Elmo 8S -800 offer the possibility of adjusting exposure manually a laborious process. In summary, we discover that more than a half of all Super 8 cameras are not suitable for
Further information: http://super8wiki.com/index.php/Super _8_EKTACHROME_64T _motion_picture_ film_exposed_in_old_cameras http://home.pacbell.net/mnyberg/super8 mm/super8 _35.html the new E64T because instead of ISO 64 they read ISO 40 , requiring laborious correction (if possible at all). We have applied more stringent assessment rules for this characteristic than the wiki index, which also categorizes cameras with EE lock (f-number stop), a backlighting button or external measurement as acceptable. We believe, however, that this is so impractical that nobody should be expected to use a camera this way. Instead, one should consider buying a new camera, which can be done at extremely reasonable prices these days, or one should work with GK Films Cinevia or Wittnerchrome V50D definitely a better option.
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