No DX Coding? No Problem (Maybe)

51975668069_5e988fd43e_bDX coding (the black and white squares) on 35mm film cassettes make it unnecessary to manually set the film speed (ISO) on an auto-exposure camera that can read the code. Some of these cameras, including my Nikon N65, have no other way of setting the film speed in the camera.They typically default to a setting of ISO 100 with an uncoded cassette. Continue reading “No DX Coding? No Problem (Maybe)”