Lets See Your Camera

Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by SoulfulRecover, May 15, 2017.

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    Great info! It is an Ai lens. I made sure with the shop prior to buying. I was wanting a D series but honestly it wouldn't make that much of a difference in what I want to use this for anyway so I jumped on this one.
     
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    In reality the sub-command wheel not active with an unchipped Ai lens attached is a good thing. The Ai lens aperture response to the camera's control is not linear and leads to exposure issues. So using the lens to set it will eliminate that issue.

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    Thanks! I didn't have an FM2 manual either.
     
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    Got this about a month ago. Needed a new battery and looks like the light meter is working (which is rare for these old cameras). Everything else seems to be working great after a good cleaning. I put a roll of film in it so hopefully in a few weeks I'll see how well it actually works.
     

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