Maybe some of you remember my NP10 exposure test, an old film that expired in 1967.
I loaded the film in my Minolta SRT101b, because it meters films down to ISO 6! I used only one lens for the entire film, the Rokkor-PG 50mm f/1.4.
Shooting at ISO 8 is a real challenge, even in full sunlight you'll get shutterspeeds that are hard to handle handheld. Think about combinations like 1/30 and f/2.8 or 1/60 and f/2.0. That is why you need a fast lens!
I am quite happy with the results this film gave me and i really loved the challenge!
See my latest uploads for the results, some are 1 second exposures on a tripod, most are handheld however.