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Re: Printing problems!

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Originally Posted by Garry View Post

It gives an example of your camera showing a shutter speed of 1/60th. Funnily enough. That is exactly the result I got.

It then advises that you adjust the brightness, on the screen, till you achieve a shutter speed of 1/100 - 1/125

I must be missing something here. To increase the shutter speed. You have to turn the brightness of the screen up!

Is this not the opposite of what it was saying at the start?
I think the 1/60th is just an example to show how it works, he is suggesting that standard settings may give readings of 1/200th or so.

I do agree with Roger that the recommended brightness of 120 cd/mē seems too bright, mine is set at about 80 using the camera method.

What test photo do you use - this seems to be the most popular one

http://www.scienceandart.org/photosh...argetA4Ltr.jpg
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