The light-receiving window of the exposure meter of an OLYMPUS half-size camera!
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 light-receiving window of the exposure meter of the OLYMPUS half-size film camera released in 1962.
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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 small, transparent, light-catching shaped windows are installed side by side.
The light from this light-receiving window can be viewed numerically with the exposure meter on the top.
In this article, we introduced the light-receiving window of the exposure meter of an Olympus film half-size camera released in 1962.
Unlike ordinary SLR cameras and compact cameras, this is a unique light-receiving window that is often seen in half-size cameras.
There are various designs of the light-receiving window depending on the manufacturer and year.
I will continue to write columns on the light-receiving windows of various half-cameras’ exposure meters and other areas of interest, so please look forward to them!
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