135 Film DX recoding solution

Problem: I own a Pentax P30t (and P30n since writing) Film SLR which only allows ISO to be set via DX encoding on the film canister. If no DX code is present, the ISO defaults to 100.

Solution: There are all sorts of existing solutions involving tin-foil, stickers or scratching the canister but I wanted a more permanent re-usable solution and came up with this ‘shim’ idea.

The method is as follows, with simple explanation in the captions where needed: Continue reading “135 Film DX recoding solution”