>>3729977>Anyway you are right, I would have to overexpose +2 from 50 asa and that's pretty unpractical.
Did you not read what that anon said. You DON'T overexpose expired slide film. You shoot it at box speed. You could always shoot a roll of the stuff you were given to see how it behaves. If its not bad, shoot the rest. If it sucks, set it on fire.
RE light meter apps. I've tried a few and they all worked fine. Your screenshot isn't sunny 16. Using sunny 16 400 iso would either be: 1/500th @ F16 or 1/2000th @ F8.
Exposure is exposure. Set to the same ISO, a DSLR and 35mm film camera will require the exact same exposure value.>>3729979>that's fucking retarded but id probably develop the film myself. it doesn't look that hard. i actually did this back in the day when i was a tiny dickweed
Not really though. BW film needs to be processed by hand. Pushing 2 stops nearly doubles developing time. Labs gotta make it worth their while. Anyway, ya just dev yourself. Single purchase items like tank, reels, ect cost <$100 and then another $30 in chems can develop 50+ rolls for you.