Quote Originally Posted by williamness View Post
I bought a Flexaret VII on the front of the camera around the lens, looking frontally there are 3 signs-lever you can rotate:

1. a triangular black one on the right
2. a round, red on the left
3. a triangular black that can be also shifted frontally to unlock one of the rings

My question is:
WICH ONE OF THESE SIGNES MUST BE ALIGNED to the value chosen?
To be even more explicit:
HOW DO I KNOW I CHOSED A SPECIFIC VALUE, FOR EXAMPLE 1/125 EXPOSURE?

I downloaded english manual But i still don't understand.



Thanks, best regards
The red lever used to select the flash modes: Bulb (M position) and Electronic (A position). It also serves to activate the Self-Timer (V position).

The right lever is used to select the shutter speed. To use it you have to move and hold out the left lever.

The left lever is used to select the aperture. Also be used to select the EV numbers.

On the outside of the ring around the lens are different inscriptions: apertures, speed index and flash modes / self-timer.

If you are willing to use the translator, I leave the link where I wrote a small article in a forum in my country: http://www.formatomedio.eu/index.php?topic=6909.0

Regards & Sorry for the traslation.