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Film speed is found from a plot of optical density vs. log of exposure for the film, known as the D –log H curve or Hurter–Driffield curve. There typically are five regions in the curve: the base + fog, the toe, the linear region, the shoulder, and the overexposed region. For black-and-white negative film , the "speed point" m is the point on the curve where density exceeds the base + fog density by when the negative is developed so that a point n where the log of exposure is units greater than the exposure at point m has a density greater than the density at point m. The exposure H m , in lux-s , is that for point m when the specified contrast condition is satisfied. The ISO arithmetic speed is determined from:

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