Using the canon-meter 2 – Canon VI-T User Manual
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USING THE CANON-METER 2
In order to obtain the correct exposure time, the Canon-Meter 2 should
be used in this manner:
1. Set the lens aperture scale. 2. Face the camera at the object to be
photographed. 3 Turn the combination shutter dial, which matches the
aperture reading on the meter dial to the needle...the shutter speed is
Conversely, if the shutter dial is first set, the lens aperture will auto
matically be determined.
The Exposure Indicator Dial is calibrated in ASA and DIN and has two
index scales; one for bright light (white) and the other for poor light
(orange) conditions. Changing the sensitivity of the meter can be done
by shifting the sensitivity lever. The Canon-Meter 2 is attached by-
means of the accessory clip and is easily detached for use separately.
An Incident Light Attachment is provided.