Which is off set and which is slope and what do they do exactly?
So using a Nikon f100 on spot meter and a grey card. I was able to determine full sun on a cloudless day was ev15, a darken room was ev2 and a shaded patio was was ev8.
The pot marked in red has something to do with voltage, but I do not know where and how to measure, which has an impact. The other two need to be adjusted to. After a lot of going back and forth I have both within a 1/3 of a stop of each other. Good enough until AgX does a full demonstrational you tube video to the music of Kraftwerk!
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awty, you did very good here. You have been a big help to the rest of us. I have 6 of these things and all but 1 is within 1/3 of a stop of the others. 1 is 1 stop off. So it needs some tweaking. Thank you for the write up and pictures. What a great forum!
The pot marked in red has something to do with voltage, but I do not know where and how to measure, which has an impact.
The [two marked in yellow] need to be adjusted too. After a lot of going back and forth I have both within a 1/3 of a stop of each other.
To avoid a misunerstanding,
meanwhile we are no longer discussing the Profisix, or the Lunasix F (both with that big round hole in the circuit board to access the mechanical zero adjust of the dial), but are now talking about the Lunalite in same casing and with same dial, but instead of a pointer and a graded nulling-scale, just with a three-lights nulling-indicator, and thus no mechanical adjusting from the rear, thus a different circuit board.
Most of mine rest over the "a" in "batt" with a fresh battery. As the battery starts to go it goes to the "b" and then off the box.
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