From: Jay Hudson (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Mar 08 2007 - 16:41:05 PST
You can calculate based on the angle of the
shutter/fps. I am not sure what the exacty formula
is, but the opening angle for the 814 is 155 degrees.
You might want to do an exposure test on a roll of
reversal film anyway before you do any mission
critical shooting, taking notes as you shoot. Meters
are only a "rouge guide" anyway.
Hope this helps.
--- irene lusztig <email suppressed> wrote:
> how can i find out the shutter speed of my super 8
> camera (canon auto
> zoom 814) so that i can correctly expose a 500T
> cartridge with using
> manual exposure / external light meter? it's not in
> the manual -
> where i can find this info?
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