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  1. Hello everyone, I am currently shooting a feature on both S16 and S35mm stock. When shooting on S35 (5207) my blacks are black and look really nice, I keep them around 4-5 stops under and they look great. But when it comes to 7207/7219 if I do the same they look super grainy a bit too much. How can I reduce the grain in the shadows? 1. Is it better if I rate my 7207 at 200ASA or even 160ASA? 2. Should I rate my 7207 at 125ASA and then pull down one stop? 3. Should I try and keep the darkest part on the frame 3.5 / 4 stops under and try and maintain that with my spot meter instead of letting it go lower and then later crush it in post to get rich blacks? A bit lost here on what would be the best approach for this. Thanks
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