I have an AutoReflex T2. My father purchased it new in 1970 or so and I use it now. I have been fighting a meter problem and think I have found that the meter is oversensitive to the color green. I know it shouldn’t be. I have had the meter calibrated and a full overhaul of the camera at KEH to try to correct the problem but it still persists. Before calibration the camera would underexpose by one stop with 1.5 volt silver oxides or alkalines. Since calibration, if I use 1.4 volt zinc – air batteries the camera consistently over-exposes by one stop. If I use the 1.5 volt batteries it exposes correctly unless there is a significant amount of green in the viewfinder. (Trees, Grass, etc.) at which point it will underexpose by about a stop. Using 1.5 volt batteries the camera passes the sunny 16 test on blue sky and matches the readings on my Nikon FE2, F100, and both F4’s. It also matches pointing at red brick walls, concrete drives, and black asphalt. But when I point it at a green patch of grass or leaves it will underexpose by one stop. (I make sure there is a uniform color and even light distribution in the viewfinder and all meters are set to center-weighted average). Using 1.4 volt zinc-air’s the meter consistently overexposes by one stop in the sunny 16 test and compared against all the other cameras. Testing was done with no filters on the lenses. KEH says the meters are not color sensitive and there is no way to calibrate it to respond differently for specific colors. Has anyone else seen this or does anyone have any suggestions.