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  1. The Minolta Color Meter IIIF is a top-of-the-line professional color compensation meter for ambient and flash with correction value memory. This makes it easier for photographers to maintain consistent color under various types of illumination. Priced at: $575.00 Brand New Condition The meter measures the color of the light illuminating the subject and determines the filtration required to correct that illumination for the film in use. When measuring both ambient light and flash, selecting the Color Meter IIIF's analyze function will subtract the ambient light and display only the measured results for flash light. Top-of-the-line, reliable, professional color meter Measures ambient light and flash Provides filtration readings for two types of filters: LB (Light Balancing) and CC (Color Correction) Analyze function determines measurement values for only flash light in mixed flash/ambient situations Measurements Can Be Taken for Any of the Three Major Film Types Daylight (balanced to 5500k) Type-A Tungsten (balanced to 3400k) Type-B Tungsten (balanced to 3200k) Measurement Results Can Be Displayed Several Ways As light balancing and color compensating indexes As Kodak Wratten filter number and CC index As photographic color temperature (determined color temperature based on film sensitivity) Kodak Wratten Filter Readings Display of Kodak Wratten filter numbers makes selecting filters quick and convenient If two Wratten filters are necessary, the Color Meter IIIF displays both numbers. Color Meter IIIF users can store their own personal correction values for the recommended filtration Correction values for LB and CC indexes can be stored in any of the meter's nine memory channels to custom tune meter readings for the desired color reproduction The correction values are added to the initial measured values to calculate the final displayed results Please text if interested: 760-505-7011
  2. After 1/8000th shutter are the cine values, from 8-128 fps. In a video i saw the values from 8, 12, 16, 18, 24 and there it stopped for the demonstration purpose. I wonder is there 25 fps? If not being trouble, what are the consecutive fps? Thanks Igor
  3. Minolta Colour Meter 2 for sale - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/301985597261?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  4. Hey everyone, I bought a Minolta Autopak 8 K11 super 8 camera a few months ago in Mexico City. When I first shot a roll of color, everything was fine. But after a while the camera would randomly not shoot, the mechanical zoom wouldn't work, and the battery checker on the back couldn't recognize the batteries. But then the next time I picked it up, it would work fine! I assume the connection from the batteries in the handle to the body of the camera is faulty somehow, but I wanted to ask here if anyone has had an issue like this with a Minolta. I hope there is just dust between the connecting points but I'm also not sure what the best solution is for cleaning connections like that. Anyone have any advice? Thanks a bunch. Allegra
  5. Super 8 kit for sale. All carefully serviced, film tested, with clear lenses and in fully working, near mint condition. Minolta XL-84 - £149.99 (RL button intentionally removed) Canon AF514XL-S - £124.99 Canon 514XL-S + 43mm C8 wide lens - £99.99 Sankyo XL-620 - £99.99 Sankyo XL-420 - £74.99 Bolex Aspheron 4mm (55mm thread) Wide Lens - £34.99 Canon 43mm C8 wide lens - £49.99 Canon 67mm C8 wide lens - £99.99 Prices in GB Pounds Sterling. Based in London UK. billrodgersfilms@hotmail.com
  6. I was given an old Minolta Flash Meter III. It is without batteries and after researching, I have found that I am beyond confused. Every search I do gives me contradictory information. Could someone familiar with this light meter point me to exactly what I need to power this thing? So far I read that this works... http://www.jr.com/energizer/pe/ENR_A544BP/ But that this works... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Minolta-Flash-Meter-III-Silver-Oxide-Batteries-x6-/180692143409?_trksid=p2045573.m2042&_trkparms=aid%3D111000%26algo%3DREC.CURRENT%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D27%26meid%3D4825571714958730983%26pid%3D100033%26prg%3D1011%26rk%3D3%26sd%3D121002435600%26 Which doesn't help me bcause it's overseas so I'd need to find the same here. Some say lithium is ok. Some say no way, it'll ruin the meter, stick with silver. I'm pulling my hair out. Sorry if I seem confused. I would love to go down to the nearest drug store or Wal-Mart or supermarket and just buy the battery I need.
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