W Pale print from overexposed negative

This can be caused by a faulty light measuring system or even batteries with a low charge. Similar results can be obtained if the ISO setting is too low for the film being used, if the lens aperture was stuck fully open or the shutter was sluggish (see Figure 48.22).

Fault prevention: Check over your camera functions, looking through the back of the (empty) camera body to ensure that all are working correctly. If in doubt, take the camera to a technician for a service.

Figure 48.22 Pale print from overexposed negative.

Figure 48.23 Print from underexposed negative.

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