Changing the settings from ISO 200 to ISO 400.

by Guest692  |  12 years, 2 month(s) ago

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I had a 200 ISO film but I then put a 400 ISO film in it and forgot to change the setting. Is there any thing that I can do counteract this error?

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  1. Tom Reeds
    There are different standards that you need to follow in order to develop real time movie. Different types of regulations need to be followed on different scales. Different standards offer different image sensory and different type of exposure to the light. For example there are slow films that are require more exposure of light. High sensitive movies are also known as fast films. Now as you had a ISO200 movie and then you changed setting to 400, then there will be a change in the resolution and image quality as well. You cannot do it by yourself, you have to see proper technician in order to manage this stuff and video related contents. Film speed is roughly related to the size of grains of silver halide in the emulsion, because larger grains result in grave film sensitivity to light. The main difference in the ISO’s is the amount of light that has to enter the movie or the sensitivity of the appearance the resolution provides. The lower the number is more light is required for a correct exposure. Comparing ISO 200 to ISO 400. In ISO 200 the amount of resolution and colors and the parameters for developing the movies are set at low level or there has to be many changes that we have to make or amend in that movie. While these standards have raised their bar in the ISO 400 and less light is required for the exposure. Here we can compare the standard with the number like for ISO 200 and ISO 400. As the number has doubled so there is half the light required in the ISO 400 as compared to ISO 200.

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