I recently received a Canon EOS 35 mm camera from my dad he bought for a photography class. The manual he gave me covers the Rebel G and EOS 500 N, but I'm not sure which I have. I guess that's my first problem.
The second thing is that I bought a roll of 400 speed film to use in taking pictures of my daughter playing softball. I bought a 36 exposure roll. I see that my camera comes with an ISO setting, which according my understanding is set when I load the film. According to the manual, that setting can be changed.
If I change the setting to say 200, can I expect similar results to what I would get if I used true 200 speed film, such as being less grainy and that sort of thing?
Please excuse me if this has already been covered, and is a silly question. I'm definitely an amateur, and I couldn't find an answer searching the forums.
Thanks so much for any help. <!--color--> <!--color-->