Question about Ilford FP4 Plus 125 36 Exp. Black & White Film - ILFP436
I am wondering what is the best aperature and shutter speed for my Ilford FP4 plus 125 B&W film in my Canon analog camera.
That depends on the amount of light on the subject. You neglected to specify the model of your Canon camera, but most of them have a light meter built-in. That light meter should suggest the proper exposure.
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
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