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exposure index

[ik′spō·zhər ‚in‚deks]
(graphic arts)
A numerical speed rating of a photosensitive material.
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com/cgi-bin/prnh/20020619/DAWFNS1-a ) -- Choose the Right Film: For best results, use the film speed that coincides with the light conditions in which you plan to shoot: 200-speed (ISO 200) film for all-purpose shooting in variable light conditions and 400-speed (ISO 400) for indoor photographs or other situations where ambient light is minimal.
Featuring a 17 x 17-inch imaging area, the Canon CXDI-40C Amorphous Silicon Flat Panel Sensor has a Cesium Iodide (CsI) scintillator, a very high Detective Quantum Efficiency (DQE) and a high film speed (equivalent to 400).
The FM3A also features TTL flash control with a maximum sync speed of 1/250 second, DX-coded film speed settings and new bright view focusing screens.
Exposure Control Automatic exposure control Film speed setting Auto DX for ISO 50 - 3200 Film advance Motorized auto advance; auto rewind at the end of the roll, mid-roll rewind by mid-roll rewind button Flash Built-in zoom type; Fill-in, Flash on/off, Night (slow synchronization) and Red-eye Reduction modes; recycling time: 7 sec.
Film speed setting: Automatically set to ISO speed of DX-coded film
The M500 has all the features of the M450 plus a coated optical 35-70mm zoom lens, auto red-eye reduction, auto exposure control, auto film speed setting, a 10-second electronic self-timer, a night portrait feature, a large multifunction LCD display, and a 10-year warranty.
Most of the mishaps (55 percent) were related to the loading and advancing of film (for example, not installing film, film not advancing, using wrong film speed, loading used film).
Now, we're focusing sharply on consumer needs and benefits rather than film speed and technology," said Rake.
0 m (infinity) Exposure Counter Progressive type, automatic reset Film Speed Range Automatic setting with DX-coded film with ISO 100-400
can be activated Film speed setting: ISO100, 200, 400 and 800 film set automatically
Other features of the camera include: silent, fully-automatic film load, wind and rewind with mid-roll rewind capability; automatic film speed setting by DX code; and a self-timer setting.