Thanks for this - I found it really useful.




[QUOTE=wiedzmin;1402369]after some additional testing

for b/w or color negative film

clear memory - hold mode and press m.clear
1) set your ISO
2) switch mode to ambient (sun symbol) / aperture
3) set your aperture
4) using spot meter measure your highlights with details, press memory button (one on the opposite side of measuring button)
5) using spot meter measure your shadows with details, press memory button
6) on the analog scale below you will see your scene range =bigger marking points (ignore flashing ones) - you can tell if this is within range of your film or not (each number is 1 stop). To find out your shutter speed please see below
7) lets assume you want to position your shadow with details on zone III (meter measure it as zone V), press and hold mid.tone button and while holding it rotate jog wheel UP until LEFT mark will be on top of -2 on the scale (10 clicks on jog wheel = 1 stop). Without releasing mid.tone button note T value - this will be your shutter speed for that ISO and F stop with shadows with details on zone III
Right mark will show you where you highlights with details will be. 0 on the scale will be zone V, so if for example your right mark will be on top of +3, your highlights will be on zone VIII.

If you would like to recall correct exposure for shadows press and hold mode and press mid.tone, after you can release both keys, now M 0 below battery indicator will start flashing and on display you will see again values T and F for shadows in zone III