Expired 800Z Some images with expired Fuji 800Z 35mm. Grainy shizz. Share this:SharePinterestTwitter August 17, 2011 cindy 6 Comments Categories PersonalPhotography Tags 35mmexpired fuji 800zfilmnikon f100sigma 50mm f/1.4the august break 2011 6 Comments I love that first one! Not bad for expired film….. Wonderful… Just a question on your technique using this film + the F100: Do you expose manually or use one of the more auto modes (such as Aperture?) Also, what metering mode do you use for these on your F100? Just curious because I know people love the 800z. I’m just not having that much luck with it. So far I’ve been using Matrix metering & Aperture exposure mode. Hi Adrian – For the F-100, I always over expose by one stop. If I put in a roll of say 400 ISO film, I set my ISO to 200. Shoot on Aperture. Have the roll developed as though I shot it at 400. When I shoot with my Hasselblad, everything is manual and I still over expose by one. If I have a roll of 400 ISO film, I set my meter at 200 ISO. There are other methods of over exposing, but that is the method I use. Depending on the situation, light and film, I will sometimes over expose by 2, but that is more rare. Merci Beaucoup! How cool – I was just thinking about over-exposing, but by means of changing the recommended shutter speed (while leaving the ISO @ DX), which has a different effect. I too place main emphasis on my choice of Aperture, so I didn’t want to change that. Your ISO method is much smarter. Thanks for the tip! Nice set, and nice to see Miss Rollei. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.