Manual Operation of T-90:
-) set exposure time
-) the viewfinder then indicates the appropriate aperture, NOT the aperture you have set
-) in the all-manual mode the camera does NOT yield match-needle like operation as some much simpler cameras do
-) set camera to AE
-) set meter to spot-metering
-) use the exposure deviation buttons to set set deviation in the viewfinder at the right side +/- scale
-) by this you can "place" luminances exactly as with a Gossen Profisix meter
-) this yields more variation and accuracy than the typical match-needle camera, you only have to get used to not to control exposure via aperture ring or exposere time dial, but via those two buttons
The T-90 definitely is a camera one has to study the manual thoroughly.
Last edited by AgX; 06-25-2014 at 02:50 AM. Click to view previous post history.