I believe the Kodak Pony II has a 44mm f/3.5 lens with a fixed shutter speed of approximately 1/60 second.
The aperture ring is marked EV 9.5 (approximately) to EV 15, so the aperture positions are likely:
First lens marking (roughly EV 9.5) corresponding approximately to f/3.5
EV 10 = f/4
EV 11 = f/5.6
EV 12 = f/8
EV 13 = f/11
EV 14 = f/16
EV 15 = f/22
This table should give you the approximate lens openings assuming a fixed 1/60-second shutter speed on the Kodak Pony II. This should allow using a standard light meter to accurately determine exposure by changing the aperture using the corresponding EV numbers on the lens scale.
You’d prioritize the shutter speed on the meter at 1/60 second and take the reading. For example, if you got a meter reading of, say, f/8, you’d set the aperture ring to EV 12 = f/8.
Last edited by Ian C; 11-06-2012 at 11:34 AM. Click to view previous post history.