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  1. altix

    Light-meter

    From the album: Kiev: The legend in Your Hands

    The intensity of incoming light is transformed into electrical current that affects the needle of galvanometer. In order to measure the correct exposure value the needle should be pointed on the black diamond sign. The obtained exposure value one can deduce then from the calculator on the rewind knob (upper left corner).
  2. altix

    Light-meter

    From the album: Kiev: The legend in Your Hands

    The incoming light is absorbed by the photosensitive selenium cell. To reduce the stray light the plastic cell cover has such an interesting stripped form.
  3. altix

    light-meter

    From the album: Kiev: The legend in Your Hands

    It is shown how to open the protecting door of the light-meter. Since Kievs (Contaxes) have selenium light-meter its sensitivity reduces with time if the selenium cell is not covered from the light rays when not in use.
  4. altix

    Light-meter

    From the album: Kiev: The legend in Your Hands

    This picture starts the series of Kiev III shots. I used for reference Kiev III of 1952. That was the official release year of Kiev III and some light-meters still are German like this one. The film sensitivity on the knob is still given in DIN (Deutsches Institut für Normung-German) and not GOST (gosudarstvennyy standart -Russian ) as on the more common cameras. The electrical scheme I adopted from the book V. M. Fridman, Photography (1957).
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