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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Hicks View Post
    One small point that no-one else seems to have made is that UK and US Weston Masters aren't identical.

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    R.
    Good point, mine is the UK version. Manufactured in Enfield, Middlesex. The model number is S461-5. I haven't seen a US version so cannot comment on the differences.

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    What's the difference? I think my US Weston was made in the UK -)

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    Weston Master V exposure meter

    Quote Originally Posted by Flotsam View Post
    I remember that someone used to make a printed zone sticker to put on a Weston Master. I don't know if they ever made a meter with an original zone dial but it wouldn't surprise me. It would have been easy enough to do and Ansel was responsible for selling a _lot_ of Master meters.
    It is still possible to obtain the stick on Zone Dial as far as I know-- I bought one for the Pentax Spotmeter V from Calumet U.S. and I believe they produce one for the W.M. V exposure meter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Zentena View Post
    What's the difference? I think my US Weston was made in the UK -)
    Dear Nick,

    Quite honestly, I forget. But I've had two meters with the same number side by side -- V, I think, but it was 15-20 years ago -- and they're consmetically different and, if I recall aright, slightly functionally different too.

    Cheers,

    Roger

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