The light-receiving window of the exposure meter of an MAMIYA rangefinder cameras!
Because we can’t speak english
I am using DeepL translate, so it may be a strange sentence,
but I would like you to understand
In this article, we would like to introduce the exposure meter receiving window of MAMIYA’s rangefinder camera released in 1959.
MAMIYA 35 Ruby (Reference product)
The light-receiving window of the exposure meter is located on the camera body head above the lens.
It is located alongside the viewfinder window.
A large number of windows with a collection of transparent, light-accessible round shapes are installed side by side.
The light is received through the light-receiving window, and the response figure can be seen on the exposure meter on top of the top of the body.
Looking at the light-receiving window from a different angle than before, the round design is more visible.
In this article, we introduced the exposure meter receiving window of Mamiya rangefinder cameras released in 1959.
The exposure meter receiving window was a popular feature of rangefinder cameras of this era, and there are many different designs of receiving windows by different manufacturers.
I will continue to write columns on the exposure meter receiving windows of various rangefinder cameras and other areas of interest, so please look forward to them!
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