Hey there, So I have in my possession a unique Pentax Spot Meter V. I purchased it with a package deal of Redlake Hycam stuff. The Hycam was a widely used 16mm high speed movie camera. It's capable of 10,000 FPS... Could make a bullet look like a snail! But anyways, little did I know, the spot meter that came with it has been calibrated to use specifically with this camera. Luckily, it appears the only thing different is the "deepest" plate on the exposure calculator dial. It's easy enough to access and remove, so I need to determine a good way to modify this plate back to normal shutter speed values. Film speed, and aperture are unaffected and appear to be identical to other Pentax V's. It's in excellent shape, and I picked it up for a song, so it's worth the effort to fix it. What would you do in this situation? What would be the best way to put meaningful values on this plate? Anyone got a broken Pentax V kicking around that I can take for parts? Thanks all, Chris 'holmburgers' H. P.S. The plate in question says "calibrated for 1/2.5 shutter" (degree's or seconds??? I'm thinking degrees) and then it goes from 100 to 50k PPS, which again, is meaningless at the moment.