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Capital Exposure & Flash Meter Model EF-1

Capital Exposure & Flash Meter Model EF-1

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an exposure and flash metre from Cambron (Capital). also known as an EF-1 Studio Master Model. Exposure metering counts both reflected and incident light. The incident light is measured by the flash metre. It includes a carrying case, an instruction book, and a brand-new battery. Despite being used, it barely demonstrates use. overall working and in nearly perfect condition. It is roughly 5.5 inches long and runs on a 9v battery that is easily accessible. 

The Canon EF (1973–1976) is a premium 35mm SLR that combined several cutting-edge innovations with components of Canon's professional F-1 (1971–1981) system (FD breech-lock lens mount, all-metal body in black enamel). The EF stands out for its ergonomics and other characteristics despite lacking a retractable prism, interchangeable focusing screens, or motor drive capabilities. The EF also paved the way for Canon to "cross the chasm" with the microprocessor-controlled AE-1, the best-selling 35mm SLR of all time, in 1976: 5 million cameras 1976-1986.gv

The two battery compartments, a red battery test button, and the film rewind release are all located on the bottom plate. To check, push the red button and then look for the red blinking light next to the film rewind on the left top of the camera. The batteries need to be changed if the blinking is slow or nonexistent. Under the film rewind crank, the meter's ASA (12-3200) settings are located. The AE hold button is located next to the rewind crank. Press the AE lock button to hold the setting until the shutter is depressed in order to lock an AE exposure preset during reframing.

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