Originally Posted by chrobry
"EE" stands for Electric Eye, if I remember correctly. Your first picture shows a "lighten/darken" adjustment knob. If you look into the middle of the knob you'll see that there's a lens recessed in there for the measuring cell. It simple. Take a picture. If it's too light, turn the knob toward the "dark" icon (I think it's the solid dot). Or vice-versa. At the end of seven test shots, you'll have a perfectly exposed photo (joke!). I believe there's also a switch on top of the lens panel letting you adjust for ASA 80 (color) or ASA 3000 (b&w).
Your other photo shows the socket for the now defunkt (I think) flashcube. Originally there was also a dedicated electronic flash unit available for your camera. Perhaps you could locate one (or flashcubes) on He-Boy, or whatever it's called.
Have fun, "Jimmy Olsen" (in case you don't know who that is, just google it)!
Last edited by Christopher Nisperos; 06-08-2007 at 04:27 PM. Click to view previous post history.