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    Bronica AE Finder settings

    Hi all, I just picked up a ETR with AE finder. Off course no manuals..... Anyway, I am trying to find the zero setting on the AE finder for exposure compensation. It reads 2 1x 1/2. Is 1x the zero setting?
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    Yes. The settings are factors, so exposure is multiplied with the setting.
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    Thanks Ole, I had thought as much. Have a good new year
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    You can find several of the Bronica camera manuals here: http://www.tamron.com/about/manuals.asp - not sure if your particular model is listed.

    Also here: http://www.butkus.org/chinon/bronica...ronica_etr.htm for an older one.


    Cheers, Bob.

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    Thanks Bob, very handy.
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