Hi all collector people, I have many QL19 E questions. I have bought an immaculate, fresh as the day it left the factory QL19 E, but it doesn't work and I would very much like it to work. Everything appears to be in perfect condition bar the battery housing and original battery which had a little corrosion. Easily cleaned and all wires appear to be intact. Q1: I have read somewhere that it is possible to 'adjust' something so that the light meter will work correctly with modern higher voltage batteries. Does anyone have any idea how I do this? Q2: Alternatively, does anyone know where I can by original size 1.3 Volt batteries? Q3: I'm assuming that the 'E' means the shutter is electronic and not all mechanical. I'm also assuming that once I've sorted the battery problem then the shutter problem will be overcome. However, I'm not entirely sure it is an electronic shutter and have read some reports of sticking shutter blades caused by the type of oil used drying. Any ideas anyone? I'm really eager to put this lovely little camera to good use. Thanks. e2a; OK, a bit of Googling and I've established that it is a fully electronic shutter and they are prone to sticking caused by lubricant finding it's way onto the shutter blades. Still can't find a modern battery. It seems the only way is to adjust/replace some kind of resistor or, use a resistor on a modern battery.