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TTArtisan

TTArtisan ライトメーター 真鍮 2ダイヤル コールドシュー対応

TTArtisan ライトメーター 真鍮 2ダイヤル コールドシュー対応

通常価格 $78.00
通常価格 $78.00 セール価格 $78.00
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価格調整のお知らせ:黒銅露出計の元の価格は 89 米ドルですが、78 米ドルに調整されました。

説明

TTArtisan メーターは、 ISO、絞り、シャッター速度を調整するための 2 つのダイヤルを備えた小型で軽量なアクセサリ メーターです。重さはわずか 35g で、古い Leica や同様のレンジファインダー カメラを使用するユーザーに最適です。

  • コンパクトで軽量: TTartisan メーターは、重さがわずか 35g の小型軽量のアクセサリ メーターで、古いライカや同様のレンジファインダー カメラを使用する人に最適です。
  • シューマウント設計: 測定中にメーターをカメラのシューに簡単に差し込むことができます。
  • 2 つのダイヤル: 1 つは ISO と絞り用、もう 1 つはシャッター速度用で、設定を行うことができます。
  • LED インジケーター: 一連の LED が点灯し、正しい測定が達成されたことをユーザーに知らせます。TTartisan メーターは、シルバーまたはブラックの色で利用できます。









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Richard Hillbun

This a a terrific accurate little light meter. I've checked the accuracy against two other light meters and it was very close. I love the small size. It fits right on to the flash shoe on the top of the camera. Easy operation just adjust one of the two knobs until you get a green light. It can give you a one over or under exposure setting. For what it is and for the money it's a good accessory to add to your other photographic kit.

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CMarq

Good light meter, used it on my Fuji 6x9 and it worked great! Usually don’t use light meters but I always like to have one. Ran a couple rolls using only the light meter telling me if my light was evenly exposed and the images came out good!

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Vicky Medhurst

This light meter is a decent value for the cost. It’s convenient that’s it’s small and can slide into your camera’s cold shoe mount, however the screws on the plate that slides into the camera’s cold shoe get loose over time and you have to continually tighten them with the included screw driver. It runs on CR2032 batteries which are easy to find and it doesn’t use much power so they should last a long time.The shutter speed dial clicks nicely, but the aperture dial turns smoothly though with some resistance. It’s the ISO slot which also turns smoothly but with no resistance which ended up ruining some of my pictures from being bumped.But if you set everything properly, you will get well exposed photos in good lighting situations. You should be aware that in high contrast situations, the light meter tends to expose for the shadows so you might need to take that into consideration when you want dark shadows. See my attached photos as examples of this

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Kodachrome man

I have been using the well known Voigtlander VC Meter II in my Leica film cameras. Been accurate enough and is handy sitting in shoe ready for use when lighting is out of my sunny 16 knowledge.Have had two problems however with the two I have had. One is the battery door coming loose easily, the other is fit in camera shoe is not tight enough. One I lost as I did not know it dropped off camera. Not fun at the price of those meters.Enter the 7 Artisan, came across it accidentally, looked like a nice alternative at a great price so ordered a black one from Amazon for my black Leica M4-P. My tests today, TTartisan against the VC meter show the same readings in overcast outdoor light and low level indoor light. Plus the TTartisan fits camera shoes tighter so no worries about falling out. No worry about battery either as a small screw (screwdriver included) holds the battery door.Negatives? Well the battery door screw is a bit of a pain to put in along with included washer, but worth the trade off of not picking batteries off sidewalk. The print is smaller than the VC II but stands out well on the black version at least and is not a problem for me to read. The ISO setting can be changed accidentally more easily than the VC II as someone else mentioned, but that is only if one hits the little ISO setting protruding post. I don't think that will be a problem in use for me but thanks to that heads up will keep an eye on the ISO setting.Overall highly recommend over expensive VC II. Will post again if reliability becomes a problem but general nice fit of components leads me to believe it is well made.