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    Opemus 6 oblique rod numerical scale

    Hello to everybody. I am an enthusiast photographer new in this forum. I have an Opemus 6, and it works very well. However, I do not utilize the numerical scale located in the oblique rod, because I do not know how to work with. I know it helps to determine the exposure time in case of the change in the magnification ratio. Can you help me to understand it? Thank you.

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    I have one of these on my belelar. Look at this thread: http://www.apug.org/forums/showthrea...exposure+print

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    Marko, I want to thank you for your information. It has been very helpfull. Unfortunatlly, I have not gotten more opinions from other people. It could be helpfull too.
    Thanks again.
    Henry.

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    Dear Henry,

    A quick search found that a fellow on Photo.net gave you a link to a manual. Here is a link to the english version in case you didn't have that:

    http://www.meopta.cz/data/manualy/Op...eb-pdf-545.pdf

    I would think that some measurment and the application of the inverse square rule would help you determine if you need new charts (I doubt you will) for the 6 vs 5.

    Neal Wydra



 

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