I am using Mamiya 6 with all 3 lenses for more than 2 years. Within the limitations inherent to being a RF camera it really is a perfect travel MF camera.
But there is one thing that constantly bugs me - the light meter. It is sensitive to an area larger than the coverage of the 50 lens (!) and so in most situations nearly unusable - often leading to heavy (depending on the conditions up to two stops) underexposure. This is also a reason why I have used a hand-held meter (Gossen Digisix) on very most occasions. Under more challenging conditions (moving subject) or changing light this was/is a disadvantage at times.
My question is - is there a shop anywhere in the world that would be able to re-adjust (or even swap from Mamiya 7) the light meter such that it would measure over smaller angle?
I know that an obvious solution would be to get a Mamiya 7 (which I may consider at some point, the 43 lens is tempting), but I would rather keep the 6 because of the format and collapsing mount (genius feature IMO).