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    Darn. Should have looked here at the previous post before I bought it from eBay. Oh well. Happy to support your efforts!
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    I don't have an iphone, and I prefer to have my shutter speeds checked and adjusted if necessary when I have my cameras CLA'd
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    As a new owner of one of these, I don't know that I will be using it to adjust shutter speeds, but rather to verify what they are.

    I own a number of older cameras. Rather than spend money on film to check them out, I believe this to be more cost effective. (I already own the iPad.)

    If speeds are off, then I can either factor in the actual speed, or send it for a CLA. Not to mention I've always wondered what "I" is, on a T-B-I shutter.

    Not affiliated.... You know the drill...


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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    I don't have an iphone, and I prefer to have my shutter speeds checked and adjusted if necessary when I have my cameras CLA'd
    Then this isn't for you.. but thanks for your input

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    Well said welly. ambaker has it right, when you know the error you can apply a compensation.
    Sadly, this isn't for us android users either... Click image for larger version. 

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    Hi,
    yes, the aim of the app is to detect the error in your shutter, so you can compensate for it.

    Here is a new batch of plugs: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Shutter-Spee...item3a826e421f
    They sell quite quick, so buy fast if you want to get one

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    I switched to a new eBay account, the plugs are now available here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Shutter-Spee...item3a82d3897a

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    Anyone not yet convinced of the merits of Lucas's iPhone app and the (optional) gizmo, I vouch for the combination. The adapter arrived in the morning post and I spent the evening testing my my Yashica-D and FED II shutter speeds.
    Results from the iPhone app were very consistent. Unfortunately, while consistent, the accuracy of my Yashica was a sad affair. The FED faired better, 100th was spot on. The results for the Yashica TLR reflect with my film exposures, unfortunately!
    So, simple, quick, accurate and not going to break the bank.

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