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Jan 19, 2, 0 0 Singapore. Ashleyy said:. Here's the online manual for Lunasix The scale below would give you the recommended exposure at each EV. It's not automatically calculated like the digital models, but it does "train" you to understand exposure better.
Well, at least you have the circular scale I have to resort to memory for correct exposure! Cools, thanks Shifu! Thanks again for teaching me. Shifu your head lah I'm still a newbie lor. Still need to rely on this big big table of the EV conversion everytime I shoot also. Top Bottom.
Sold for many years the Lunasix was famed for its low light sensitivity, still impressive by today's standards. It was the company's first light meter not based on a selenium light receptor. The styling, layout, and distinctive "computer" dial set the standard for successive Gossen meters until the advent of electronic displays. A later revision changed from the original mercury batteries, these models being distinguished by a black case. Finally, the computer dial was replaced by the Lunasix F dial which incorporated exposure compensation, this version called Lunasix 3s. The Lunasix 3 introduced the standard incident light dome and meter front end aperture for clip on accessories that featured on every Gossen professional meter until the completely restyled Variosix F of The Lunasix was Gossen's flagship meter until the Profisix and remained available for some years afterwards.
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