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incamera Basic Member
Thu 14-Feb-02 02:05 AM

I have an annoying problem when I am taking a light meter reading on my FM3a. When I align the exposure meter needle with the shutter indicator that the needle is not on the money - that is the needle is slightly off the center of the shutter speed indicator. Having no idea whether this is how the camera is suppose to operate, I thought this would be a good problem to post and bring to the attention of other Nikonians. Presently, I cannot report that I have either underexposed or overexposed my photographs because I have not yet developed my films. Do any other FM3a owners have similar experiences?
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