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Can't change the ASA

I have a Nikon n75 and I'm shooting a special project for school and I was wondering how to change my ASA from the 400 that it's at to 800.

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If it does not support manual ASA/ISO selection than you can just easely set it to under exposure( 1F stop) and afterwards just develop it as a 800ASA film.

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